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Did You Know? Latest Stats on NFP's


29 September 2003 at 1:09 pm
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The latest Australian Tax Office figures on Not for Profits offer an interesting insight into Third Sector.

Staff Reporter | 29 September 2003 at 1:09 pm


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Did You Know? Latest Stats on NFP's
29 September 2003 at 1:09 pm

The latest Australian Tax Office figures on Not for Profits offer an interesting insight into Third Sector.

The ATO Compliance program 2003-4 says there are 700,000 NFP organisations, but only 170,000 of them are in the tax system. And 94% of these are companies and the remainder are Trusts.

The combined annual turnover of these organisations in Australia exceeds $27billion!

The 30,000 largest NFP’s employ 8% of the Australian workforce.

And while these organisations pay less than $1billion in tax, their role is significant because they collect around $5billion in tax paid by their employees….



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