Data in the 2015 Annual Information Statement
An analysis of the data provided by charities in their 2015 Annual Information Statements
Released: March 2017
The ACNC examined the financial information submitted by charities in their 2015 Annual Information Statements, as well as the quality of the annual financial reports submitted by medium and large charities. This led to the correction of errors totalling $37.4 billion.
This work highlights for charities the importance of careful and accurate reporting. It is vital to the quality of the information on the Charity Register which helps to maintain, protect and enhance public trust and confidence in the charity sector.
The report presents the findings and the lessons learned from the ACNC’s work identifying and correcting errors in charities’ 2015 AIS submissions.