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Let's Imagine Podcast EPISODE 16: Regulatory policy files on our radar in 2024 with Terry Carter

Let's Imagine Podcast EPISODE 16: Regulatory policy files on our radar in 2024 with Terry Carter

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Regulatory policy files on our radar in 2024 with Terry Carter 

 

 

Image: Terry CarterThis week on the podcast, with our guest Terry Carter of Carters Professionals, we look back at some of the regulatory files the charitable sector followed closely in 2023 - such as the new guidance on qualifying disbursements and the alternative minimum tax. We also explore the key policy files that the sector should watch in 2024, and discuss the increasing complexity that charities have to deal with - for example, the new T3010 reporting requirements. 

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