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  • not-for-profit
    and who can give tax deductible receipts have been automatically included on a new register You can view your charity s page by searching the register here If your charity does not have current endorsements from the ATO you can still register your charity through this page Nothing about the definition of what comprises a charity has changed However from 1 July 2013 what comprises a charity will be determined by legislation instead of the current common law Directors and leaders of charities that are listed on the ACNC s register now have new obligations of reporting and other governance requirements will follow in later subordinate legislation While nonprofits who are not on the register do not have these additional reporting and governance requirements it is expected that if they apply for registration and are accepted they will be governed by the new rules The government also plans to regulate them in the future How can we help While the online application process appears at first to be simple and accessible there is a complex history of laws behind the completion of the online forms for tax concessions and in filling out applications for tax deductibility called DGR We are experienced in the history and development of the laws that govern whether the ACNC and the ATO will accept your charity s application If you have any questions about how your charity or nonprofit is affected do contact Kylie Maxwell on 61 2 8215 1593 or by email You can also find further information at the ACNC s website Filed Under Charities Nonprofits Tagged With charities commission law new nonprofit not for profit regulate regulator rules Leave a Comment Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe

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  • regulate
    and who can give tax deductible receipts have been automatically included on a new register You can view your charity s page by searching the register here If your charity does not have current endorsements from the ATO you can still register your charity through this page Nothing about the definition of what comprises a charity has changed However from 1 July 2013 what comprises a charity will be determined by legislation instead of the current common law Directors and leaders of charities that are listed on the ACNC s register now have new obligations of reporting and other governance requirements will follow in later subordinate legislation While nonprofits who are not on the register do not have these additional reporting and governance requirements it is expected that if they apply for registration and are accepted they will be governed by the new rules The government also plans to regulate them in the future How can we help While the online application process appears at first to be simple and accessible there is a complex history of laws behind the completion of the online forms for tax concessions and in filling out applications for tax deductibility called DGR We are experienced in the history and development of the laws that govern whether the ACNC and the ATO will accept your charity s application If you have any questions about how your charity or nonprofit is affected do contact Kylie Maxwell on 61 2 8215 1593 or by email You can also find further information at the ACNC s website Filed Under Charities Nonprofits Tagged With charities commission law new nonprofit not for profit regulate regulator rules Leave a Comment Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe

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  • regulator
    July 2013 what comprises a charity will be determined by legislation instead of the current common law Directors and leaders of charities that are listed on the ACNC s register now have new obligations of reporting and other governance requirements will follow in later subordinate legislation While nonprofits who are not on the register do not have these additional reporting and governance requirements it is expected that if they apply for registration and are accepted they will be governed by the new rules The government also plans to regulate them in the future How can we help While the online application process appears at first to be simple and accessible there is a complex history of laws behind the completion of the online forms for tax concessions and in filling out applications for tax deductibility called DGR We are experienced in the history and development of the laws that govern whether the ACNC and the ATO will accept your charity s application If you have any questions about how your charity or nonprofit is affected do contact Kylie Maxwell on 61 2 8215 1593 or by email You can also find further information at the ACNC s website Filed Under Charities Nonprofits Tagged With charities commission law new nonprofit not for profit regulate regulator rules Leave a Comment admin November 9 2012 ACNC A New Era of Charities and Nonprofits Regulation Charities and nonprofits have been reeling with the news parliament s announcement of a new regulator the Australian Charities Not for profits Commission ACNC which is due to commence as soon as legislation has been given Royal Assent We blogged on this topic in September when the Bills introducing the ACNC and the new form of regulation had just been considered by parliamentary committees However some changes to the

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  • rules
    and who can give tax deductible receipts have been automatically included on a new register You can view your charity s page by searching the register here If your charity does not have current endorsements from the ATO you can still register your charity through this page Nothing about the definition of what comprises a charity has changed However from 1 July 2013 what comprises a charity will be determined by legislation instead of the current common law Directors and leaders of charities that are listed on the ACNC s register now have new obligations of reporting and other governance requirements will follow in later subordinate legislation While nonprofits who are not on the register do not have these additional reporting and governance requirements it is expected that if they apply for registration and are accepted they will be governed by the new rules The government also plans to regulate them in the future How can we help While the online application process appears at first to be simple and accessible there is a complex history of laws behind the completion of the online forms for tax concessions and in filling out applications for tax deductibility called DGR We are experienced in the history and development of the laws that govern whether the ACNC and the ATO will accept your charity s application If you have any questions about how your charity or nonprofit is affected do contact Kylie Maxwell on 61 2 8215 1593 or by email You can also find further information at the ACNC s website Filed Under Charities Nonprofits Tagged With charities commission law new nonprofit not for profit regulate regulator rules Leave a Comment Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe

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  • Blog
    been reeling with the news parliament s announcement of a new regulator the Australian Charities Not for profits Commission ACNC which is due to commence as soon as legislation has been given Royal Assent We blogged on this topic in September when the Bills introducing the ACNC and the new form of regulation had just Continue reading Filed Under Charities Nonprofits Tagged With ACNC Bills charities legislation nonprofits not for profits regulation regulator Senate 1 Comment admin November 8 2012 Student s Complaint Not Racial Discrimination A Chinese pharmacy student of the University of Newcastle has received a determination by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal the Tribunal that his University lecturer s comments that he should speak english together with other conduct did not amount to racial discrimination In the case of Yu v University of Newcastle No 2 the Tribunal considered the Continue reading Filed Under Commercial Litigation Tagged With discrimination english race racial student Leave a Comment admin October 8 2012 Deceased Estates Impact on Unnamed Beneficiaries Relevant A recent case concerning the death of a de facto couple in quick succession has led to a ruling by the Supreme Court of New South Wales that financial and material circumstances of persons not named in the first deceased person s Will but who are entitled on intestacy to proceeds of the second person s estate Continue reading Filed Under Wills Estates Tagged With beneficiaries extended family will Leave a Comment admin September 25 2012 Australian charity commission New regulator for charities sector imminent At the time of writing there are two bills before the Senate that will if passed change the way the charities sector is regulated The Australian Charities and Not for profits Commission Bill 2012 the ACNC Bill and the Australian Charities Not for profits Commission Consequential

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  • Possible Consumer Credit Changes for Charities to Look Out For
    likely to make it tougher on financial institutions and those providing credit assistance to create a consumer credit contract In April Treasury released a discussion paper entitled Changes to Disclosure Requirements Under the National Consumer Protection Act 2009 Submissions are now closed but the paper foreshadowed the introduction of laws to require credit providers of home loans credit cards personal loans car loans reverse mortgages and consumer leases to be required to prove that certain information about the consumer credit terms were disclosed to the customer a reasonable time before entering the contract such that the customer could be said to have been given a real opportunity to read and understand the terms he or she were signing up to It will be a requirement if the credit provider wishes to enforce the contract The paper acknowledges that oftentimes credit providers are providing the terms and conditions to customers just moments before they sign raising real doubts as to whether the customer had ample opportunity to understand the gravity of the transaction Financial Summary Tables showing key information specific to the type of consumer credit contract were proposed and can be inspected in the paper The paper also proposes that commissions that have to be disclosed by those providing credit assistance be made equal to those that are required to be disclosed to the customer by credit providers If charities have questions about whether a consumer credit contract has been entered into in accordance with the law they should contact us Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe to our FREE Newsletter indicates required Email Address First Name Connect with Us Recent Posts New Charity Definition at Law Commences Operation Today Financial Report of Charities Clarified

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  • Foster Care Agency Decision to De-Authorise Foster Parents Overturned
    children because their son was living with him and he had a history of drug use and a criminal history The Tribunal noted that the foster parents had informed the agency of the presence of the foster parents son in their home but had chosen not to admit that they had been informed by email about it claiming that it went into their junk mail It wasn t until the foster parents produced the email that they claimed this The Tribunal remarked on the poor records kept by the foster care agency and the fact that the testimonies of the children about physical abuse were most likely exaggerated and therefore unreliable when the Tribunal decided that the foster care parents should not be de authorised Nonprofits and charities that provide foster care services should be mindful of the lessons to be learnt from this case records should be diligently kept and allegations of abuse supported by reliable evidence Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe to our FREE Newsletter indicates required Email Address First Name Connect with Us Recent Posts New Charity Definition at Law Commences

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  • Man in Community Housing Appeals Eviction
    means a person cannot proceed with their claim until they have placed certain money in court because otherwise the other party would suffer costs even if they won the case Her Honour Justice Ward noted that some case law suggested that because the man was impecunious such an order should not stand in the way of him pursuing his case but she considered that because the man had been obstructive in relation to the receipt of court documents from the community organisation and had also used vulgar language to deal with management this was a case where security for costs should be requested Further she considered that the fact that the man had raised the issue of the invalidity of the Residential Tenancies Act and that this claim had slim chances of success mitigated against denying an order that he provide security for costs The man had sought an order that he be reinstated into the premises from which he had been evicted but the Court decided against him in this instance Office 61 2 9889 2881 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Office 61 2 8215 1593 Mobile 61 405 124 975 Subscribe to our FREE Newsletter indicates required Email

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