Australian Audit Guide & Toolkit for SMSFs 2017 - book (with cd)

ISBN: 9780864699039
Publisher: Thomson Reuters
Publish Date: 03/10/2017

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Australian Audit Guide and Toolkit for Self Managed Superannuation Funds 2017

The Australian Audit Guide and Toolkit for Self Managed Superannuation Funds 2017 is an invaluable, practical hands-on tool for SMSF auditors of SMSFs.

Authored by Shirley Schaefer, an expert in the superannuation and audit industries, in conjunction with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, this publication provides practitioners with up-to-date tools and assistance in dealing with the demands of this challenging area of practice.

These audit guidelines will enable practitioners to keep abreast of the changes and deliver high-quality audits while mitigating any risk of non-compliance. It has been structured to provide practical examples and extensive guidance on, and demonstrations of, real-life circumstances in audit requirements.

Part A (Core concepts) provides an overview of the entire audit process and a discussion of the key audit concepts.

Part B (Practical guidance) focuses on how to apply the concepts outlined in Part A, including application to a practical case study.

The case study material covers the complex issues, including limited recourse borrowing arrangements, collectables & personal use assets and non-concessional contributions.

The Guide also includes a handy Toolkit, in CD format, containing relevant forms and checklists that will assist practitioners in conducting SMSF audits.

The 2017 edition includes the following:

  • The impact of the most recent superannuation changes including the ATO’s “safe harbour” guidelines for related party limited recourse borrowing arrangements and the November 2016 legislated changes including the transfer balance cap, new contribution limits and capital gains tax relief measures.

Members of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand are entitled to a discount on this publication. If the discount has not been applied, please refer to the Chartered Accountants website to access the promotional code.

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