If you are managing accounts for a business of any size, auditing is a vital part of ensuring your accounts are in order. This can be part of reporting to a government agency, providing independent verification for decision making within an organisation, or the suspicion of fraud or misappropriation of funds within your business.

Whether you are a business, not-for-profit, or you maintain a statutory trust account, if you want your accounts free from any material misstatements, we can help!

Not-for-Profits

If you are a managing a not-for-profit organisation in Melbourne, you will understand that there are many regulatory requirements that come with activities such as fundraising and taxation. Whilst some of the same requirements as running a standard business apply, there are many specific requirements specific including different reporting and auditing regulations for different states throughout Australia.

We are experienced not-for-profits audit specialists offering fast, affordable auditing services for a variety of organisations including:

  • Not-for-profit clubs and associations
  • Parent & Citizens’ associations
  • Churches
  • Kindergartens
  • Charities
  • Incorporated associations

We can also assist with the “acquittal” for grants and other major funding projects, as well as general bookkeeping activities (including setting up Xero for your organisation)

Trust Account Services

A statutory trust account is a bank account where you can hold money on behalf of another person, often a client, creating a requirement for auditing services. Each Australian State/Territory may have slightly different reporting and auditing obligations with regard to trust accounts, and we offer external examination services to a variety of corporate and private clients including:

  • Solicitor Law Practices
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Accountants in public practice
  • Conveyancing Firms

Our audit team has the experience and expertise to ensure you meet all your reporting requirements and can also travel to your premises to perform audits when required.

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