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Accountants Dandenong – trusted advice. Your Success, Our Goal.

Our qualified advisors and accountants provide a comprehensive service offering including strategic business advisory, taxation, accounting, audit and compliance, superannuation, due diligence and financial planning services to clients from a range of industries.

We understand that each of our clients is unique – our solutions are completely tailored to your needs to develop the most effective business solutions and strategies.

If you are serious about taking your business to the next level, then we have the tools to take you there. For an experienced Dandenong accountant with local knowledge and networks, contact Ashfords on 9551 2822.

AGN International

Ashfords is a member of AGN International, one of the largest associations of Independent Accounting & Audit Firms in the world.

Ashfords powerful international network through AGN International enable us to access over 200 accounting and audit firms across 90 countries, providing our clients with an enhanced level of value and scope of the services we can offer you – where ever your business may take you!

All of AGN International’s independent member firms are so much more than number-crunching accountants & auditors – they are strategic thinkers and visionaries with big ideas for helping clients improve their businesses.

Ashfords Insights and Updates

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Reduced Disclosure Requirements (RDR)

September 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Simpler Financial Reports The Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) have introduced standards that will reduce the disclosure requirements for certain entities preparing “general purpose financial statements” (financial statements that comply with all Australian Accounting Standards). As the name would suggest, this will enable preparers of “general purpose financial statements”

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What is the difference between an ‘audit’ and a ‘review’ of a financial report?

September 26th, 2017|0 Comments

  Certain Companies limited by guarantee and Incorporated Associations in Victoria can choose whether to have their financial report audited or reviewed. Eligibility for a review is based on turnover of the entity as follows: Turnover Legislative Audit/Review Requirements < $250,000 (and is not a deductible gift recipient) No

Australian Financial Reporting Framework

September 26th, 2017|0 Comments

  In Australia, there are 3 types of financial reports which can be prepared. Although some types of entities have legislative requirements which state which type of financial report they must prepare, for the most part the type of financial report prepared for each entity is determined by the

Get a better handle on your company’s bookkeeping process

July 21st, 2017|0 Comments

To make good decisions about the future of your business, you need clear visibility into how much money you've got. So - how's your bookkeeping system?

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