Social enterprises reinvest the majority of the profits they make back into the business to deliver more of their social or environmental purpose. social enterprises are a way of doing business and not a particular legal structure.
Social procurement – which is sometimes called social purchasing – is a way for businesses, public sector bodies and Housing Associations to buy more wisely. It helps to generate social value beyond the goods or services they require.
People often ask about where they can get trustees or Board members from and where they can advertise these roles without paying high fees. Listed here are some of the options.
There are specific rules that mean if you are a Director of your organisation you are treated as an office holder by HMRC, and this means any payments you receive for your role as a Director must be as salary and subject to PAYE.