Red Tape Reduction for Victorian Charities

The Victorian Parliament recently passed the Consumer Acts Amendment Bill 2016, which is an omnibus bill that facilitates streamlining across the consumer affairs portfolio in Victoria.

Importantly, it opens the door to possibly ending the duplicative reporting requirement for Victorian incorporated associations that are registered charities.

It follows similar legislative changes in Tasmania, South Australia and the ACT and may mean that this group of registered charities will no longer report to Consumer Affairs Victoria and instead only be required to report to the ACNC as the national charity regulator.

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