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TBAR hurdles flagged with smaller credit unions

TBAR hurdles flagged with smaller credit unions

Hurdles
Miranda Brownlee
04 December 2017

A number of smaller institutions and credit unions are yet to set up data feeds with the automated administration platforms, which could cause hurdles once the TBAR reporting commences, an auditor has warned.

ASF Audits, executive general manager, technical services, Shelley Banton said some of the smaller accounting firms have clients that are in institutions or credit unions that don’t have feeds set up to automated administration platforms, so they may end up with some TBAR issues moving forward.

“It all comes back to the timely reporting of this information, and when it’s not coming through, they may not be able to get to that event-based reporting, as quickly as they should be,” said Ms Banton.

“This may lead to penalties and other such things from the ATO down the track.”

Often with the local community credit unions, the platforms won’t necessarily deal with them because it may not be cost effective to set up a data feed to come through.

“So there are some institutions out there that are not going to be using the feed, at this stage anyway,” she said.

“Maybe down the track where you’ve got better economies of scale, and better information flowing between different platforms, that might change.”

 

TBAR hurdles flagged with smaller credit unions
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