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Why should you file financial statements?

It’s important to file a copy of the annual financial statement to meet the society’s reporting obligations as set out in section 23 of the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.

Filing also shows the Registrar that the society is still operating and should stay on the Register.

If a society doesn't file a financial statement, the Registrar may take this as an indication that the society has ceased operations and begin to take steps to dissolve the society (remove it from the Register).


Last updated 25 September 2015