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ATO's New Tax Basics for NFP's


Tuesday, 23rd August 2005 at 1:08 pm
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The Australian Tax Office has updated Tax Basics for Non-Profit Organisations with everything you want to know about a NFP tax obligations.

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ATO's New Tax Basics for NFP's
Tuesday, 23rd August 2005 at 1:08 pm

This publication explains which taxes and concessions affect Not for Profit organisations and directs you to where you can find more detailed information.

This publication is essential reading for a NFP treasurer, office bearer or employee involved in the administration of a NFP organisation.

The new version replaces Tax basics for non-profit organisations (NAT 7966-05.2003) issued in May 2003.

The publication has been updated to include:

– the extended endorsement requirements that apply to charities

– an expanded discussion of goods and services tax (GST) concessions

– fringe benefits tax (FBT) concessions for public ambulance services and health promotion charities, and

– new concessions for contributions to fundraising events such as fundraising dinners and charity auctions.

Order a paper copy by phoning 1300 720 092 and quoting NAT number 7966 (this is a unique national identifying number the ATO gives its publications) or to receive a PDF version please email us at: probono@probonoaustralia.com.au




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