Tag "Eligibility"

Eligibility – Thar’s a pot of gold in them thar Estates! Is there? Really?

There have been calls within the not-for-profit sector for introduction of an estate duties. The calls suggest an estate duty will provide ‘untold’ bounty to the non-profit bodies. This article looks at the calls. – If you disagree with the comments feel free to engage in the debate through this newsletter by emailing the TaxEd […]

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Eligibility Q&A – Deductibility of optional payment made to a DGR simultaneously with a payment to attend a fundraising function.

Will an optional payment that is solicited by a public ancillary fund be deductible where it is sought simultaneously with another organisation’s fund raising event?

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Eligibility – Proposed Changes to the Guidelines for Public and Private Ancillary Funds

This article outlines Treasury’s proposals for changes to the legislative instruments which contain the respective ‘Guidelines’ applicable to Public and Private Ancillary Funds. It notes that changes will have effect from 1 July 2016 and that the opportunity to make submissions on the proposed changes closes shortly.

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Eligibility – ACNC Focuses on non-lodgers

The ACNC acts on non-lodgement of Annual Information Statements.

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Eligibility – Review of correlation of your activities and objects

In focussing on day to day activities and reacting to opportunities and suggestions em…

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Eligibility – Certain Not-for-Profit Entities Entitled to Cash Refunds of Franking Credits

Companies operating in Australia are generally required to pay tax at the rate of 30% on their profits (28.5% for small businesses). …

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Eligibility: Protecting Sensitive Information

The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission (ACNC) has issued a <a href="https://…

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Eligibility: Numeric Identifier

The Need for only one Numeric Identifier for Dealings with the Commonwealth from 1 July 2016 The Commonwealth Treasury has issued <…

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Eligibility: ACNC issues a Report Card on 2014 Annual Information Statements

Not the "A" List –  but "a list" to be avoided The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission <st…

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Eligibility: Charities – limitations on advocating for legislative change

Charities will from time to time be faced with laws and governmental policies and practices which they view as inconsistent with (and possibly even a threat to) the achievement of their goals. This prompts a question as to the extent to which a body can engage in advocacy (eg promote or oppose change to a […]

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