Charities warned over management salaries.

The Charity Commission has said the public does not accept that charity bosses should receive salaries higher than the private sector. Public confidence and trust in charities can be badly affected if they perceive an abuse of position.

The four most important expectations of a charity are where the money goes, the impact that they make, how they achieve their aims and that they uphold the standards of the charity.

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