It is important that you maintain a calendar of lodging dates for legal and regulatory requirements. But such a calendar is not a compliance plan. It is one of the outcomes of a compliance plan. A reporting calendar will include reports relating to employees, company secretarial matters, financial statements, prudential returns and taxation. In the financial services industry a calendar will include the ASIC credit licence compliance certificate, ASIC FS 71, APRA reports and Austrac reports. Here is a list of the regulatory reforms proposed for the next year that we are watching and that you need to plan for: 1 October 2011 Credit disclosure documents requirements commence 1 January 2012 new national work health and safety laws standard Australian Consumer Law wording in warranties against defects commences new home loan key facts sheet starts 1 February 2012 PPS Register starts new deposit guarantee limit starts 1 April 2012 deadline for use of Australian Credit Licence numbers in documents 1 July 2012 new national system for business names registration Financial advice reforms due to start new credit card provisions start new reverse mortgage rules start new ePayments Code replaces EFT Code New account switching rules new hardship variation rules new consumer leases rules.
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