1.25 CPD hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $180.00 excl. GST

Description

An update on recent developments in charities law, including:

  • recent amendments to the Charities Act, and the current status of charities’ ability to appeal decisions of the charities regulator 
  • recent Court and charities regulator decisions 
  • charities’ advocacy and freedom of speech 
  • social enterprise update 
  • IRD consultation, including on donee status and the charitable FBT exemption 
  • implications of the proposed new Trusts Act for charities 
  • changes to student loan concessions for overseas volunteers 
  • update on the exposure draft Incorporated Societies Bill 
  • update on the new financial reporting rules for registered charities 
  • overseas developments in charity regulation of relevance to New Zealand 

The webinar is intended to be suitable for those involved with charities, at whatever level, advanced or otherwise. It is intended to give both a theoretical overview, as well as sufficient detail to be practical. Practitioners from both small and large firms should attend.

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE

13 June 2017

LEARNING OUTCOMES

An overview of recent and upcoming developments in charities law

SUITED TO

Suited to all involved or likely to be involved with charities, at whatever level, including lawyers and accountants involved with charitable organisations in their professional and/or private capacities, not-for-profit specialists, and charities themselves

PRESENTER

Sue Barker, Director, Sue Barker Charities Law