Associations Taxation 101 (Webinar)
Being a “not-for-profit” (NFP) organisation has nothing to do with whether the organisation makes a profit. NFP is a tax status and NFP organisations may be eligible to claim certain tax concessions or exemptions. This webinar will cover tax basics for NFP organisations, specifically associations and membership organisations.
How to determine your tax status
Principle of mutuality
Self assessing as income tax exempt
ATO requirements for non-charity self assessing NFPs
Registrations: Free and exclusive to Associations Forum members and not-for-profit associations
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dominic Cudmore, Principal Lawyer, Governology
Dominic Cudmore is a practising lawyer based in Sydney's inner-east. He possesses extensive experience in many areas of law in both the government and private sectors. From 2009 to 2011 Dominic undertook higher studies at the Institut d'études théologiques (IET) in Brussels, Belgium.
Dominic's areas of expertise embrace property law, equity, NFP and charities law, NFP tax, employment law, human rights and discrimination, child protection, education law, governance, community law, cy près schemes, family provisions applications, professional standards, NFP mergers and acquisitions, legal training, pro bono practice, facilitation and mediation.
- Member of Law Society of New South Wales
- Member of the French Australian Lawyers' Society
- Practitioner Member - LEADR - Association of Dispute Resolvers