Providing Financial Audits

Helping You Maintain Transparency

With the regulatory landscape changing frequently, it’s more important than ever to have a reliable method for providing transparent information to key stakeholders and government bodies. Regular auditing is a must for not-for-profit, public and private businesses alike. At Rochdale Accounting & Advisory, we facilitate business auditing in Bundaberg and the Northern Rivers.

Need to organise an audit for your SMSF? Be sure to contact Rochdale Accounting & Advisory. We work with a panel of independent and approved auditors who will carry out all the necessary assessments of your business. Of course, you are more than welcome to designate your preferred auditor if you’ve worked with one in the past. We are all about getting the process sorted in a prompt, efficient, straightforward manner—leaving you with more time for more important matters.

To arrange an auditing service with Rochdale Accounting & Advisory, contact us today. You can reach our Bundaberg office on (07) 4152 5133 and our Northern Rivers office on (02) 6626 6200.

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Our Auditing Services

Working in accordance with current legislation, we can provide audits for:

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How to Prepare for an Audit

If you’ve been notified that an audit is required of your business, it’s important to prepare thoroughly. We are happy to arrange an accredited auditor to assist with this, liaising with the third party on your behalf.

Here are just a few things you can do to better prepare for an audit:

Our staff can help you with each of these points, saving you time and eliminating uncertainty.

Frequently Asked Questions

What information do I need to provide for my upcoming audit?

You will typically need to provide sale invoices, bank statements, tax receipts, petty cash records and a host of other items related to financial dealings. A professional auditor will advise you of the more specific materials you need to provide. Having a central data base for all financial dealings can save you unnecessary hassle during an audit.

How often should an internal audit be scheduled.

This will depend on the nature of your business and its dealings. In general, an internal audit should be carried out at least once per year.