Statutory Records and Registers

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In accordance with the Corporations Act, Australian companies are required to keep written financial records that correctly record and explain transactions, financial position and performance, and enable true and fair financial statements to be prepared and audited. However, keeping your business compliant with statutory reporting requirements can be a complex and time consuming process.

Hall Chadwick Melbourne can assist clients with the maintenance of statutory records and company registers to ensure compliance. We provide a suite of statutory compliance services to meet regulatory demands and help clients to negate the risk of significant penalties.

Our statutory financial reporting and compliance services include:

  • Preparing financial statements including annual accounts, management accounts and interim accounts
  • Preparation of cash flow forecasts, budgets and balance sheets
  • PAYG summary preparation and reporting
  • Audit of financial statements
  • Profit & loss accounts
  • Depreciation schedules
  • Taxation returns (income tax, group tax, superannuation, fringe benefits tax, business activity statements and all supporting documents)
  • General ledger
  • General journal
  • Asset register
  • Cash records, receipts and payments journal
  • Bank account statements, bank reconciliations and bank loan documents
  • Sales / debtor records
  • Correspondence, annual returns and ASIC forms
  • Minutes of meetings of directors and / or members
 To discuss the management of your statutory records and registers please contact Hall Chadwick Chartered Accountants Melbourne.


Statutory records & registers