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Are your clients’ Self-Managed Super Funds performing as well as they should? Could there be unintentional breaches of the codes surrounding SMSFs?
We can help you answer these and other important questions regarding your clients’ SMSF through an independent, professional audit.
Our two-stage review process ensures no stone is left unturned in delivering you an audit of the highest possible standards.
As an accountant or advisor you may have concerns that your clients’ SMSF funds have unintentional breaches of the codes. The only way to be fully reassured is to undertake an audit.
This is particularly true if the fund is new and has never been audited or is overdue for one.
If you are unsure of how recent superannuation changes could be affecting your clients’ SMSF’s, an audit will help bring clarity to this situation.
Of course if you are unsure if you require an audit or how to prepare for one or have any other questions, please feel free to contact us and we will assist you.
Please see below the ways in which we can help:
Below is a list of our team members who specialise in this specific service. They are committed to investing their time in helping you to achieve your financial goals.
Despite a focus on dealing with the pandemic during 2020, several key legislative initiatives have either been recently introduced or are before parliament now
On 1 July 2021, the transfer balance cap will increase to $1.7m from $1.6m that was set on 1 July 2017. So, if you think you now get an extra $100k to start a pension, you would think wrong.
In October Treasury put some proposed changes to various legislation including SISA and SISR out to consultation. The most significant change affecting SMSFs is the introduction of a deadline for the accounts to be prepared and ready for audit.