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Henry Tax Review Explained for NFPs


Tuesday, 4th May 2010 at 12:24 pm
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Melbourne law practice Moores Legal have released a cheat-sheet on what the Henry Report means for Not for Profit Organisations.

Tuesday, 4th May 2010
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Henry Tax Review Explained for NFPs
Tuesday, 4th May 2010 at 12:24 pm

Melbourne law practice Moores Legal has released a cheat-sheet on what the Henry Report means for Not for Profit Organisations.

A Time Saving Guide to Dr Henry’s Report sets out the reforms recommended by the Henry Report for the Third sector, the Rudd Government’s response, an executive summary of the Report, and suggested further reading for NFPs.

The document also goes into greater detail on each of the proposed changes, providing Moores Legal’s commentary and opinion on each.

For more information, visit the Moores Legal website at: www.mooreslegal.com.au

To download the document, see attached.
 



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