30 Sep 1111 On an SMSF auditor's report
MEMBER 180 writes:
"When I present a superannuation tax return to my client for signature, they are required to declare that the document is 'true & correct' - note, NO EXCEPTIONS or QUALIFICATIONS.
Why then is an auditor's report needed that is subject to so many 'exclusions' & conditions?
Within an SMSF, the requirement seems to me to be bureaucratic nonsense."