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July 1st Changes to Auditing Standards for SMSF’s

On July 1st 2021 the ATO will enforce compliance to the new requirements set out in the APES 110 Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, this restructured code identifies risks from auditors performing in-house audits.

By Lisa Taylor on 25 Jun 2021

CNA Best Auditing Student Award

By Lisa Taylor on 16 Apr 2021

Testimonial from Safehouse Int Ltd

By Lisa Taylor on 23 Mar 2021

Testimonial from Visa Executive

Thank you sincerely Pinky and George for everything you have done for us.

By Lisa Taylor on 09 Mar 2021

Testimonial From Panalitix Global

We were impressed by the work of the experienced Connect National Audit team.

By Lisa Taylor on 30 Jan 2021

C.I.G Recruitment

At C.I.G Recruitment we have the proven methodology to find the key successful talent for your culture. Using the purpose built Pinpoint Analytics we will search and discover the right people for your business.

By Lisa Taylor on 14 Jan 2021

2021 Investment Opportunity in Australian Farming

Introducing a unique investment opportunity in sustainable farming horticulture, enabling year-round supply for Australian consumers to leafy greens and herbs. The company seeks to raise up to $2,000,000 with no minimum subscription amount for the Offer.

By Lisa Taylor on 31 Dec 2020

Testimonial

Connect National Audit are prompt, responsive, proactive and deliver their work on time.

By Lisa Taylor on 09 Oct 2020

The Future of Jobkeeper

Between April to May 2020, JobKeeper was taken up by 920,000 organisations and around 3.5 million individuals – 30% of pre-Coronavirus private sector employment. On 21 July 2020, the Government announced an extension of the JobKeeper program to 28 March 2021 but with tighter access and reduced rates.

By Lisa Taylor on 27 Jul 2020

Covid-19 Fraud Warpath

We always knew that a Government scheme swiftly distributing cash during a crisis was going to come with equally swift compliance and review measures, particularly when eligibility was self-assessed. Two major Australian Taxation Office (ATO) initiatives are searching out fraud and schemes designed to take advantage of the Government’s Coronavirus Economic Response Package.

By Lisa Taylor on 20 Jul 2020