SDJA is a progressive and dynamic firm aimed at providing cost effective, reliable and value-based audit solutions to the not-for-profit industry.
Who We Are
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SDJA is a progressive and dynamic firm aimed at providing cost effective, reliable and value-based audit solutions to the not-for-profit industry. Our team has worked with a vast array of entities across the not-for-profit sector, from newly incorporated bodies through to high profile national entities.
Why We Exist
Based on our experience and client feedback over the years, there is a demand for specialist audit providers in the not-for-profit industry. Unfortunately, entities operating in this market currently have minimal options available in this regard. We have been established to meet this need.
The core to our success is built around getting the basics right and addressing the “pet hates” clients have encountered in previous audit-based relationships, including:
- Meeting all timeline expectations
- Advising of requirements in a timely manner
- Clear and regular communication
- Involvement by senior team members
- Continuity of staff
- Addressing focus areas early to avoid late surprises
- Assistance in addressing all audit-based compliance obligations
- Providing more than just an audit opinion
Refer to our website www.sdja.com.au for further details about how we operate and our key team members.
Products and services
We add value through the following tailored service offerings:
- Statutory audits and reviews
- Non-statutory audits and reviews
- Internal controls reviews
- Agreed-upon procedures
- Due diligence engagements
- Financial statements preparation
- Audit readiness assistance
- Technical accounting advice
- Industry specific updates
We also have affiliations with non-audit professional services providers to assist in delivering solutions in areas such as tax, accounting support and consulting.
Examples of work
Within the not-for-profit industry, we specialise in the following sub-sectors:
- Peak bodies
- Trade unions
- Aged care
- Community care
- Disability care
- Child care
- Religious institutions