Instalment notices for GST and PAYG instalments

Your obligations to workers and independent contractors

Encouraging NFP participation in the tax system

Annual report and other reporting to Parliament

Does your fund fall within the DGR category for private AFs?

What must the governing rules for the fund contain?

Winding-up, ceasing to be a private AF or revocation of DGR endorsement

What are the consequences of DGR endorsement?

Private ancillary funds (private AFs) may be eligible to be deductible gift recipients (DGR).

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