On-demand Intensive

Not-for-profit Tax Intensive

6 CPD Hours | OnDemand now available!




Missed the event? On-demand now available!

We understand it's a busy time for tax professionals and there are simply not enough hours in the day.  Rest assured, we've made it easy for you to still gain access to the latest knowledge in tax.   

On-demand - All the latest content at your fingertips 

On-demand gives you virtual access to session recordings, technical papers and presentations from the most recent event. Download the brochure to view the full program.

On-demand gives you flexibility to digest the content in your own time with access for 6 months from date of purchase.

Available for a strictly limited period!


Not-for-profits, charities and tax

Not-for-profit organisiations provide services to the community, without operating to make a profit. All profits go back into the services the organisation provides, ranging from child-care, neighbourhood associations, medical centres and sports clubs. 

This event will cover the breadth of tax issues relevant to charities and not-for-profits. Whether not-for-profits and charities are your professional focus, or a slice of a wider professional practice, this intensive will be relevant to you.

The organising committee, made up of key stakeholders within the sector, have sourced an excellent speaker line-up who will present on a range of current issues.

This Intensive offers delegates a fantastic forum to keep up to date with the changing tax landscape, gain technical knowledge, practical and commercial insights, all while earning valuable CPD points.

2025 Dates and location coming soon!

Event Details

On-Demand registration

$ 700 (member)

$ 700 (new member*)

$ 1,100 (non-member)

  • When30-April-2024 - 30-October-2024
  • FormatOn Demand
  • CPD Hours6

Technical program

Welcome to Country

Wurrendjeri Woi Wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation

Session 1: Regulator Panel

Jennifer Moltisanti, Australian Taxation Office, Registrar Tricia Stroud, ORIC, Sue Woodward AM, ACNC

Facilitator: Timothy Stokes, FTI, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers

Session 2: Charity or some other ITE, that is the question

Bridgid Cowling, Arnold Bloch Leibler

Session 3: Navigating the application of the Corporations Act to registered charities

Marla Cowen, Herbert Smith Freehills

Session 4A: Structuring for social enterprises: issues to consider when diversifying NFP income streams

Timothy Stokes, FTI, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers

Session 4B: So, you want to be a philanthropist?

Speaker: Paul Banister, CTA, Grant Thornton

Session 5A: Employment Taxes – what NFPs need to know

Peter de Sousa, EY, Ric Samartgis, EY

Session 5B: Mutuals – not for the faint hearted!

Kaylene Hubbard, ATI, KPMG, Morag Ingham, CTA, Findex

Session 6: The field agents – a CEOs perspective

Lizzie Corke, Conservation Ecology Centre, Justine Dalla Riva, Victorian Pride Centre, Michael Wentworth, Apprenticeships Are Us



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