Church of Scientology opened its books showing large revenue and losses - 2015-02-23

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F0.png Church of Scientology opened its books showing large revenue and losses February 23, 2015, NineMsn

The Australian arm of the Church of Scientology collected more than $30 million in income from merchandising sales and donations following the launch of its Melbourne centre in 2011 despite having only 2163 members.

The normally secretive organisation had to open its books for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission after it changed its corporate structure in 2011.

The church's figures show a large flood of income into the organisation in 2011 and 2012, including $4.3 million in donations and $2.9 million in interest collected from $28 million in investments, News Corp reports.

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{{cite news | title = Church of Scientology opened its books showing large revenue and losses | url = https://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/02/23/06/57/church-of-scientology-opened-its-books-showing-large-revenue-and-losses | work = NineMsn | date = February 23, 2015 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}