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The question of sufficient and appropriate audit evidence should always be front of mind for SMSF auditors. What this means in practice for different categories of evidence is explored in this session, including: The concept of sufficient and appropriate a

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About the Webinar

The question of sufficient and appropriate audit evidence should always be front of mind for SMSF auditors. What this means in practice for different categories of evidence is explored in this session, including:

  • The concept of sufficient and appropriate audit evidence – what does this really mean?
  • The connection between inherent risk and audit evidence – aligning risk with evidence requirements
  • Audit requirements and associated categories of evidence
  • The auditor’s reporting requirements when sufficient audit evidence is unobtainable
  • Using trustee declarations as audit evidence
  • Special risk factors in evaluating valuations
  • What do you do where there is a gap in the evidence?
  • Evidence in an automated environment – impact on audit evidence requirements
  • Valuation problems and evidence problems - unlisted shares and scanned bank statements
  • Case study – ASIC disqualification action of SMSF auditor over insufficient audit evidence

Presented By

Shirley Schaefer
Partner, BDO Adelaide, SA

Shirley is an auditor by training and a SMSF expert by choice. Shirley leads the Superannuation team, at BDO in South Australia. She is a recognised industry expert and a passionate advocate of her clients, team and industry.

Shirley is a regular speaker at SMSF & Audit conferences. She provides SMSF competency training for accountants and auditors and is the co-author of the Thomson Reuters SMSF Audit Guide. Shirley is the winner of the multiple national SMSF and SMSF audit awards.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is suitable for SMSF auditors throughout Australia. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

Enquiries/Assistance

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: [email protected]

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