CBAA submission supports reducing red tape for the charity sector

Frieda Lee, 14th October 2021
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In October 2021, the Commonwealth Treasury sought stakeholder views on exposure draft legislation implementing reforms to reduce red tape for, and increase transparency of, the charity sector. 

The CBAA expressed our support for higher annual revenue thresholds and recommended that thresholds be harmonised across all jurisdictions, with relevant information shared via the ACNC Charity Passport, including to the ACMA.

An alignment between the ACNC and the ACMA reporting requirements will reduce the administrative burden for our members who are registered charities.

Our submission can be accessed on our Submissions Page.

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