Miscellaneous 2012

2011 budget announcements and implications

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 10 Feb 2012


This presentation covers:

  • general review taxation concessions available to NFP organisations currently
  • the government’s recent announcements and policy changes that affect not-for-profits from 1 July 2011
  • outline of the trigger points for the proposed changes
  • consider what the compliance issues might be for not-for-profit organisations.

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Individual Session

The current state of play relating to not-for-profit tax concessions in Australia and a glimpse of what may lie ahead for these concessions

Author(s): David Gilchrist , Dale Pinto CTA-Life , Annette Morgan CTA


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Miscellaneous 2012

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