Income tax Trusts 2009

Is it time for an independent regulator of the non profit sector in Australia?

Source: The Tax Specialist Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Feb 2009

Australia, England and Wales take very different approaches to their regulation of the non profit sector and the subsequent granting of tax exempt status and other tax concessions to non profit entities including charities. This article compares the two approaches and considers the advantages and disadvantages of an independent regulator for non profit organisations in Australia. Within this comparison the author considers the added issues that arise because of the complex legal history of the term “charity”.

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