The national charity regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), has revoked the registration of 86 charities for twice failing to submit their Annual Information Statements.
These organisations will now lose access to Commonwealth charity tax concessions.
In early August 2017, the ACNC notified 190 charities that they risked losing their charity status.
“The organisations that have lost their charity status were warned multiple times to submit their outstanding reports,” Acting ACNC Commissioner David Locke said.
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