Accounting Clinic

The Accounting Clinic at LJMU is a pro-bono service offering registered UK charities (who fall under the £250,000 annual gross income threshold) their required annual independent examination.

How it works

Clinics are led by selected final year Accounting & Finance students who are supervised by LJMU academic staff who are qualified accountants.

Student advisors will review the necessary charity accounts and can also outline any system enhancements.  They will be supervised by our qualified academics who will be on hand to give advice, guidance and support.  We have nine fully qualified accountants that are full-time academics within the Liverpool Business School. Our academics will review all completed documentation and will sign-off the independent examination.

Client Confidentiality and Assurance

Only students who are excelling on their degree programme are selected to be an Accounting Clinic Student Advisor. Student Advisors will be guided and supported throughout the whole process of the independent examination by fully qualified accounting academics.

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Further documentation

Can we help you?

If you are a registered UK charity who meet the eligibility criteria (£250,000 annual gross income threshold) then please send an email stating your name, registered charity number and a brief message to

Current Clients

  • Northwest Diocese