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David Goodall

David Goodall

David is an Audit Associate who joined Staples Rodway Taranaki in 2014. Prior to joining Staples Rodway he worked in the United Kingdom where he qualified as a chartered accountant in 2011. He immigrated to New Zealand following a successful secondment as part of the Baker Tilly International network.
He is responsible for overseeing the management of assignments and principal areas of work include audit and assurance, internal auditing, forensic accounting, fraud examination and financial reporting under IFRS/IPSAS.

  • Manufacturing
  • Property Ownership Schemes
  • Not for Profits and charitable organisations
  • Oil & Gas
  • Education
  • Member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland
  • Member of Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand

Articles by David Goodall

    New Zealand Charity Reporting Awards 2019
    18 December 2018
    The 2019 New Zealand Charity Reporting Awards is an event run by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) to recognise the efforts of registered charities in adopting financial reporting standards.
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    How Effective is Your Audit & Risk Committee?
    26 July 2018
    The effectiveness of a charity’s Audit & Risk committee is important. One of the key objectives of an Audit & Risk committee is to ensure that internal controls are assisting in managing risks and ensuring funds are used efficiently and effectively.
    Does your Charity Control Other Organisations?
    20 June 2018
    This article will help charities, with annual expenditure under $2m, understand their obligations with regards to Simple Format Reporting and the preparation of their ‘Performance Report’.
    New Related Party Disclosure Rules for Tier 3 and 4 Charities
    22 May 2018
    In addition to the other mandatory reporting changes discussed in previous articles, which relate to charities with annual expenditure of less than $2m, another significant change is that charities are required to report related party transactions.
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    What's Changed with Charity Reporting
    8 May 2018
    For accounting periods commencing on or after 1 April 2015 all registered charities must prepare financial statements which conform to new financial reporting standards. Many consider this to be the most significant change in financial reporting for the New Zealand charities sector ever.
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    Revenue Recognition for Tier 3 Charities
    19 April 2018
    In addition to the other mandatory reporting changes that have taken place for charities, one of the most notable changes from an accounting treatment perspective is in relation to revenue recognition, particularly grants and donations.
    Accounting Standards for Tier 3 and 4 Charities - Cash v Accrual Accounting
    20 March 2018
    This article will help Charities with annual expenditure under $2m to understand their obligations with regards to Simple Format Reporting and the preparation of their ‘Performance Report’. There are two options available known as cash and accrual.
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    Financial Reporting for Large Charities
    1 February 2018
    The new accounting standard establishes mandatory requirements for Tier 1 and Tier 2 public benefit entities to present service performance information within their annual financial statements.
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    Registered Charities – Statutory Audit or Review
    15 May 2017
    The reporting standards now determine the information charities need to provide as part of their annual reporting process, which is a legal requirement for all registered charities.
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    New Service Launched to Assist in Identifying Fraud
    2 April 2017
    Are you concerned about your business’s exposure to fraudulent activity? Would you like some assurance that the payments you make to your suppliers are all legitimate? Do you have appropriate procedures in place when checking your payments for approval or authorising bank transactions? Our Audit team has introduced a new service which assists in the identification of fraudulent or unusual activity, therefore providing your business with added confidence around anomalies in data.
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