The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Standard Chart of Accounts (SCOA) has been formally approved by all Australian Governments for implementation by 1 July 2010.

The 19-20 April 2010 Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in Canberra made the following decision:

"COAG also agreed to additional reforms for the not-for-profit sector, including an implementation plan and governance structure to develop a nationally consistent approach to fundraising regulation, and the adoption of a standard chart of accounts where possible by 1 July 2010. This will further reduce the regulatory burden and improve public confidence in the not-for-profit sector. " (page 14)

Two new Good Money community finance stores will respond to the increasing need for access to fair and affordable financial services for Queenslanders on low incomes. The stores are a three-way partnership between Good Shepherd Microfinance, the National Australia Bank (NAB) and the Queensland...
Michael Hogan, Director General of the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services has provided the following overview of his department's budget services for peak and partner organisations. The department's total operating expenditure for 2016-17 is $2.818 billion, representing...
Grantseekers are applying for smaller numbers of grants, and have called on funders for greater support through both multi-year grants and grants covering core operational costs, according to the latest research report from the Australian Institute of Grants Management (AIGM). The survey is said to...
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nib foundation's Community Grant program aims to support locally-based initiatives which will make a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of Australian communities, with a focus on the health of young people, and carers. A Community Grant round is held each year and applications are...
On Thursday 5 May 2015 BDO in Brisbane held its annual Federal Budget Breakfast at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. Mark Molesworth, BDO Tax Partner, provided an analysis of the Budget and explained the implications for business, sectors, individuals and the tax reform agenda...
Australia’s 600,000 charities and not-for-profits, from international aid groups right down to the local tennis club, have recently received a major boost, as Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law service launched the acclaimed Information Hub for a national audience. The Not-for-profit Law...
Australia’s 600,000 charities and not-for-profits, from international aid groups right down to the local tennis club, are about to get a major boost, as Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law service this week launches the acclaimed Information Hub for a national audience. The Hub is a free, online...
Applications are open for the 2016 Indigenous Governance Awards. Established in 2005, the IGAs publicly recognise and celebrate outstanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led organisations and projects that make extraordinary contributions to communities and the nation. Organisations that...
One half of the vouchers available in Round 7 of the Queensland Government’s Get Started Vouchers program have already rushed out the door after the application portal opened yesterday morning. Get Started Vouchers provide up to $150 assistance to eligible families to help them cover the membership...
MORE support has been announced for financial counselling in drought-stricken regions in Queensland. An extra $730,000 in funding has been provided for Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS) providers in Queensland to continue to help farmers battling drought across the State. Times of drought...

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