What is Independent Examination?
Independent examination is a form of external scrutiny suitable for smaller charities. The role of the examiner is to provide an independent scrutiny of the accounts and, in this way, help maintain public trust and confidence in charities. More details here.
Independent Examination: an essential part of a your annual reporting to the Regulator
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Affiliate membership is open to anyone interested in undertaking independent examinations of charity accounts, who supports the aims of ACIE, and is willing to adhere to the ACIE Code of Ethics for any independent examinations undertaken.
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Full Membership: In order to become a full member you must first have joined as an affiliate. Affiliates receive a membership pack guiding them through the next stages. You will need to pass a qualifying assessment, providing evidence of your knowledge and understanding of charity accounting and practical examples of IE you have undertaken. Click here to find out how to become a Full Member.
How do I find an ACIE Independent examiner?
A number of our full members advertise their services on our website: here (Find an IE).
Please free to contact us at: ACIE, 19 Windsor Place, Edinburgh, EH15 2AJ (0131 659 9751) or contact our Development Manager ( Farah Mendlesohn firstname.lastname@example.org)
ACIE Newsletter: Keeping you up to date on all things IE
Our Newsletter is free to members but in the interest of 'spreading the word' about IE we make older copies available to the public.
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