The ACNC conducts proportionate, risk-based monitoring how charities report to us. This reporting occurs through charities' Annual Information Statements and annual financial reports.
Our monitoring helps us identify trends and errors that charities make in their Annual Information Statements, and enables the ACNC to make evidence-based decisions when improving the Annual Information Statement.
From this monitoring we compile reports which explain and examine the trends and errors we identify.
This report explains the trends and errors identified in charities’ 2016 Annual Information Statements, as well as examining the ACNC's work in reducing error rates.
Read the full Errors and reporting trends in the 2016 Annual Information Statement report.
This report examined and analysed the data provided by charities in their 2015 Annual Information Statements. It focusses on the errors found in this data, how the ACNC identified the errors and what we are doing to prevent them occurring in the future
Read the full Errors in charities' 2015 Annual Information Statements report.
This detailed report aims to explain some of the material issues and errors identified and the results of this compliance activity in relation to the 2014 financial reporting period.
Read the full Lessons on reporting to the ACNC 2014 report.