There are several situations where community organisations may be required to report to government.
Some common examples of reporting to government that not-for-profits encounter are reporting to:
- the government body that administers the type of incorporated structure (eg. Consumer Affairs Victoria, Australia Securities and Investments Commission)
- fundraising regulators
- the Australian Taxation Office (in relation to Tax), and
- the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (for registered charities)
There is also information on the Hub about specific types of reporting included in the following topics:
The pages in this topic detail with the main kinds of ongoing reporting for incorporated structures.