Review of Special Purpose Financial Statements: Large and Medium-Sized Australian Charities

AASB Research Report 11 findings indicate that for the 36% of charities lodging special purpose financial statements (SPFS) with ACNC, the transparency of these SPFS is poor. Only 26% of charities preparing SPFS state whether they comply with all recognition and measurement (R&M) requirements in Australian Accounting Standards, 30% state they do not comply, and for the remaining 44%, it is not clear whether or not they complied with R&M requirements.

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