SMSF Accountant Melbourne - eSMSF Accounting, Tax Return and Audit
We are qualified Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF) Accountants and ASIC Registered Auditors catering SMSF clients Australia wide. Our clients are Accountants, Advisors and Trustees those are looking for professional SMSF services for the year-end SMSF Accounts Preparation, SMSF Tax Return and SMSF Auditing services.
Phone: +61390163899
eSMSF Administration
140 William St
Melbourne, VIC 3000
You should use this report if you:
  • are an approved self-managed super fund (SMSF) auditor
  • have been appointed by a trustee of an SMSF to give a report on the operation of that fund for an income year.

An approved SMSF auditor is an auditor who is registered with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC). ASIC issues each approved SMSF auditor with an SMSF auditor number (SAN). You must include your SAN when completing this report.

Next step:
  • A downloadable version of this report is available Self-managed superannuation fund independent auditor’s report (NAT 11466, DOCX)

The report available at the link above is effective for reporting periods starting on or after 1 July 2016. You may use this report for audits completed for earlier periods. However, you must take care to comply with the auditing standards and legislation that applied to that earlier period.

This report will only be reissued when changes are made.


SMSF auditors must comply with prescribed independence requirements as set out in the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board’s pronouncement, APES 110 Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.

Some threats to independence can only be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by declining or removing yourself from the audit engagement – this includes an engagement to audit the fund where you:

  • are a trustee or director of a corporate trustee or a member of the fund
  • are a relative or close associate of a trustee or director of a corporate trustee or a member of the fund
  • have prepared the accounts and the statements for the fund being audited (if you are a sole practitioner, this includes instances where an employee has prepared the accounts and statements)
  • provide advice (such as financial or investment) to the fund being audited.

The audit report now includes a specific commitment that the auditor has complied with auditor independence requirements prescribed by the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994 (SISR).

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