AUDIT SERVICES

Every audit is unique

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Every entity is handled slightly differently and each requires a varied approach. We have a checklist for you that assists in preparing the correct documentation and will provide it to you after we've set up a method for transferring the records and data.

Self-Managed Superannuation Funds

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 For advisors and accountants, streamline your SMSF audit process by knowing your clients’ super funds are in competent and experienced hands with a designated turnaround time. Negotiate a reasonable fixed fee with us for your firm’s multiple funds.   Trustees, finding a reliable auditor can be difficult, especially when your SMSF has a broad range of investments. Our experienced audit team can assist you in providing the right documentation to ensure a seamless audit year after year.

Not For Profits

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If you're involved with a charity, parents & citizens association, or other not-for-profit entity we can help with your audit and assurance. Providing your bookkeeping ledger and paperwork is essential to completing these audits. We may also need to prepare financial statements for your Annual General Meeting and for lodgement to a regulatory body. If you require assistance with governance, we're able to provide resources to help in the running of your entity.

Trust Accounts

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Real estate agents, accountants, and solicitors often operate trust accounts and must have their trust accounts audited annually. Trust accounts must follow strict regulatory guidelines from legislation and the governing body overseeing the particular industry.  It's important to adhere to these audit requirements to ensure you avoid fines, penalties, and potential for licence suspension.

Companies & AFSL Licensees

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Certain private companies require an annual audit for specific reasons. ASIC regulates the auditing requirements for entities subject to the Corporations Act. We do not audit ASX listed companies. Our availability to audit companies and AFSL licensees is dependent upon the current audit workload of our registered company auditor.