We are a specialist SMSF audit provider and we pride ourselves on our effective and efficient service. We provide auditing services to SMSF Trustees, accountants and financial planners alike.
Before engaging us for audit, you would need to read our Audit Engagement Letter which clarifies our auditor roles and responsibilities under the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 (the SIS Act) and Regulations.
The Audit Engagement Letter, signed by both the auditor and Trustees, will avoid any misunderstanding as to the nature and the extent of the audit. It should confirm the auditor’s acceptance of the appointment and clearly document the scope of the audit.
During the audit we will also ask you to sign a Trustee Representation Letter. We will then issue you with an audit report. Keep this report on your records. Remember, the audit report is not sent to the ATO with your SMSF tax return.
Please find below the links to download the Engagement Letter and Trustee Representation Letter. We kindly request that you complete the necessary information and sign both documents.
In order to facilitate the audit process, we kindly ask you to adhere to the Audit checklists below to prepare the audit files. Following these checklists will ensure that all relevant documents and information are included in the submission to us
When we conduct an SMSF Audit, it consists of two parts:
The main components of the Audit file required for a Financial Report Audit are:
The main components of the Audit file required for a Compliance Audit Report are:
For our sample Trustee Consent and Member Application, please see here
For our sample Trustee Declaration from the ATO, please see here
The sources of information used to prepare the Financial Statements are noted below:
To learn more about our audit process and to obtain an online SMSF audit quote, please follow this link.
A: The Trustee must appoint an approved SMSF auditor to audit the SMSF, no later than 45 days before lodging the SMSF annual return.