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)

Good Shepherd Microfinance and the Suncorp group are creating a corporate community partnership committed to developing insurance products specifically tailored to the meet the needs of people on low incomes. The home and contents insurance products, under the brand ‘Good Insurance’, will be...
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