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Audits may be undertaken by various government bodies including the ATO, the Department of Industrial Relations and Workcover in order to examine:
Audits can often be stressful and time consuming. In order to help minimise the disruption to your business you will need to ensure that you are prepared for the audit – this means having the relevant documentation available for the auditor to consider.
Non-compliance typically occurs when businesses fail to register for all relevant taxes, fail to keep proper records and fail to lodge forms on time or report correct information.
You should implement an appropriate document retention policy and administrative filing to enable you to retrieve records efficiently during an audit.
The information you are required to provide to the auditor will depend on the reason for the audit.
Below is a list of documents and information that are commonly requested when an auditor is determining whether a person is a contractor or an employee/worker.
Providing a range of information to the auditor will allow the auditor to make a more informed determination rather than attempting to make a determination based on limited facts.
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