At Walsh Accounting we view audits not as an overhead or necessary evil, but as a great opportunity to review your business.
Our audit team will work closely with you to get to know your business. We use the latest computerised systems, based around a detailed analytical review of the accounts. This enables us to offer an objective view of your business so we can advise you of any potential problem areas.
Lionel Walsh is an ASIC registered company auditor (No. 168486).
Walsh Accounting can offer an independent Internal audit service to local government, state government departments, boards, statutory bodies and corporations. Your organisation can benefit from our professional staff's many years of audit and management experience in both local and state government.
One of the key tasks of internal audit is to identify opportunities for an organisation to be more efficient, more effective, and to better manage its risks, but most importantly to offer a unique opportunity for positive change.
Our audit process is designed to be as collaborative as possible while still maintaining objectivity and independence, with a focus on two key outcomes:
managing risk for the entity and
achieving genuine business improvements.
Our knowledge and experience as both auditors and managers offers a value-added service that aims to assist by strengthening governance and assisting management to fulfil its obligations in achieving outcomes and meeting objectives.
Lionel Walsh is an ASIC registered self-managed super fund auditor (No. 100123233). If you have an SMSF, an annual audit is a mandatory requirement. We offer SMSF audits at competitive rates.
Clubs and Associations Audit
At Walsh Accounting, we have helped hundreds of clubs and community groups with their financial needs over more than 30 years.
We live and breathe clubs and community, so we know how to help you achieve your goals quickly and stress-free. Our years of experience has allowed us to develop streamlined processes and systems to prepare audited financial statements in accordance with requirements of the Office of Fair Trading.
For us audit is not just an end of year 'job'. Our expert team is here to help you throughout the year to ensure you have the best record-keeping systems in place.
A requirement of many funding agreements is for a grant acquittal to be provided by the recipient of the funding. An acquittal can take a number of forms and can vary depending on the size of funding, the grantor and the purpose of the grant.
It is important that you are aware of the conditions set out in your funding agreement. These conditions might include the timing of funding, restrictions on how the money can be spent, whether under-spendings have to be returned and the type of acquittal required.
Some grant acquittals require audited financial statements in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards to provide assurance that the financial information for the activity represents the financial transactions fairly and is based on proper accounts and records. The audit must be performed by an approved auditor.
If you need an audit for a grant or small project, we have many years' experience in carrying out these audits. We can deliver 'on time and on budget', let us take the stress out of your audit or acquittal.
We offer a wide range of services to help you set up, run and grow your business as effectively and as stress free as possible.