Not-for-profit Reform

The Not-for-profit reform will deliver smarter regulation, reduce red tape and improve transparency and accountability for the sector.

The Not-for-profit sector is the focus of federal reform with a broad-ranging scope of changes to be unveiled across the industry over the next 18 months. Hood Sweeney is proud of its involvement in the NFP sector over the past thirty years and recognises the enormous contribution made by the sector to the Australian economy and its social fabric. We look forward to keeping you updated with the changes and their implications as they unfold.

 

     

Latest news on the not-for-profit reforms

   

November 2012

Click here to read an update on the registration process for NFPs and charities, key dates and requirements, fee savings for NFPs as a result of the ACNC, South Australia’s move towards harmonisation of NFP regulation and tax concessions.

       
   

July 2012

Click here to read an overview of the Exposure Draft for the ACNC Bill and the impact on charities and Not for Profits and the latest on Tax Concessions. In addition we also offer some ideas on how you can improve your bottom line.

       

 

 

April 2012

Click here to read an overview of recent announcements by the government on deferral of new tax treatments, COAG’s progress on NFP reform, the ACNC’s extended commencement date and first hand insights with the Assistant Commissioner, Charity Services at the ACNC.

 

     
     

Not-for-profit Reform Agenda

Click here to learn about the key points, key dates and the benefits of the reform agenda and how Hood Sweeney can help you.

 

     

 

     

Are you ready?

Click here and complete our checklist to ensure you are prepared for the changes to not-for-profit regulation.