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Big or small, NFPAS has expert financial services to suit the needs of your not for profit

Accounting

Accounting

Whether you need help preparing your monthly financial reports, lodging your BAS or getting ready for your audit we can provide services tailored to your particular needs.

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Audit

Audit

Working solely in the not for profit sector, we understand the regulatory framework, compliance and reporting requirements better than anyone!

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Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping

Outsourcing your bookkeeping and payroll processing can remove key person dependence and guarantee up to date regulatory knowledge and industry best-practice.

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Association Management

Association Management

We provide comprehensive support to associations from delivering strategic objectives to managing membership databases. Our professional approach and dedication to best practice set us apart.

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Start Ups

Start Ups

Started getting your start up started and ended up confused? Our start-up experts can guide you through the process safely.

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Consulting

Consulting

As not for profit experts we are well placed to help you with the unique challenges that arise, providing on-going support or simply being on-hand to sort out those once-off issues.

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Training & Education

Training & Education

As experts in the sector with up to date technical knowledge we offer scheduled webinars, seminars and other events as well as customised training and education services tailored to your particular needs.

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NFP HR

NFP HR

If you don’t need or can’t afford a full time HR resource in-house but need to access HR services on a part-time or ad hoc basis then our nfpHR service is for you.

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  • TECHNICAL NEWS

    AASB Research Report – Financial Reporting Requirements Applicable to Charities

    Australian charities make up a significant sector of Australia’s society and economy, managing net assets of over $180 billion and generating $134 billion total income. They provide essential social, cultural, community, education, health and other charitable services, employing 1.2 million people and an estimated 3 million volunteers to do so. Accountability for the assets these charities control and the services…

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    Why Charities And Not for Profits Need Accountants

    Accountants play an essential role in improving reporting in the charity and not-for-profit sector, writes James Dunn in this article that first appeared in CPA Australia’s INTHEBLACK. Accountants are steering Australia’s not for profit nfp sector through tighter reporting requirements and looming changes in reporting standards. Reporting by charities and not for profit nfp entities is a different proposition to reporting in…

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    Australian Not for Profit Technology Awards 2018

    Connecting Up’s Australian Not for Profit Technology Awards celebrate innovative and technologically savvy organisations in the Australian not for profit sector. Organisations will be awarded in the following categories: Technology Volunteer of the Year Not for Profit Technology Lifetime Service Award Best Social Media Campaign of the Year Technology Innovator of the Year Best Small to Medium Enterprise Best Government…

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    Australian Genetics of Depression Study

    Clinical depression affects almost one in five people during their lifetime and the World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that by 2020 clinical depression will impost the second highest burden of any disease in Australia and other advanced countries. The Australian Genetics of Depression Study is part of an international study created to further understanding about the genetic drivers behind clinical…

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    Chief Executive of Settlement Services International awarded Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year

    Violet Roumeliotis, Chief Executive of not for profit Settlement Services International (SSI), was awarded the Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year for 2017. Roumeliotis was running against 45 finalists selected out of 4000 entrants for her work building an organisation helping settle refugees in Australia. Through SSI’s employment and enterprise efforts 1185 refugees have gained work in the past…

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