Submissions

 

 

Submission to The Treasury

Better targeting of not-for-profit tax concessions

July 2011

Introduction

This submission briefly outlines key issues for Australia’s not-for-profit sector (NFPs) in response to The Treasury Consultation Paper of 27 May 2011 ‘Better targeting of not-for-profit tax concessions’.

Submission to the Senate Economics References Committee

Inquiry into Finance for Social Organisations

June 2011

Introduction

This brief submission provides a summary of discussions and consultations CCA has had with not-for-profit organisations, a number of key finance sector organisations, government officials and investors in the not-for-profit sector.  The submission should be read as a collation of views rather than a formal CCA policy position statement.   

Introduction

This submission briefly outlines a response to the consultation paper: Scoping study for a national not-for-profit regulator.  It has been prepared through a process of consultation with the membership of the Community Council for Australia (see Appendix 1 list of CCA members) and key organisations in the not-for-profit sector.

Submission to the Assistant Treasurer

Federal Budget Submission 2011

 Introduction

This submission briefly outlines key issues for Australia’s not-for-profit sector (NFPs) over the coming financial year and provides a summary of the emerging budget implications for government and the NFP sector.  It has been prepared through a process of consultation with membership of the Community Council for Australia (see Appendix 1 listing of CCA members) and key organisations in the not-for-profit sector.

The Community Council for Australia commends the Assistant Treasurer for initiating this consultation and providing the Public Ancillary Funds discussion paper ‘Improving the integrity of public ancillary funds’.

This submission has been prepared through a process of consultation with the membership of the Community Council for Australia, other key organisations in the not for profit sector and a number of key stakeholders in the finance and philanthropy sectors.