Existing transparency and accountability provisions

Publication Year

2010

Author(s)

  • Imagine Canada

Topic

Keywords

  • salaries
  • disclosure
  • compensation
  • accounatbility
  • T3010

Website URL

http://www.imaginecanada.ca/sites/default/files/transparency_and_accountability_...

Description

An overview of how Canadian charities are required to account for generally in the T3010.  It addresses specifically how compensation is reported and disclosed. 

Excerpt on the matter of compensation: 

"Charities must also report compensation information on Schedule 3 to the T3010 which includes the total number of full-time staff, total amount of staff compensation and the total amount paid to part-time staff.

As well, for the charity’s ten highest-compensated employees, charities must report the number of employees that fall within each compensation range as defined by CRA.

These ranges are: $1 – $39,999; $40,000 – $79,999; $80,000 - $119,999; $120,000 - $159,999; $160,000 - $199,999; $200,000 - $249,999; $250,000 - $299,999; $300,000 - $349,999; and $350,000 and above."

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