Accountants, Auditors and Bookkeepers

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Complete Online Insurance   offers comprehensive Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance.  Our policies have been tailor-made for the Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping professions.

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1. Multiple quote options;

2. Access to all the policy details;

3. The ability to complete the transaction on the spot;

4. Protection of your livelihood and 

5. Immediate peace of mind.

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From our many years of experience, even the most careful accountants are more likely than not to have an allegation of professional misconduct made against them during, or post, their career.

A PI policy from Complete Online Insurance will cover you against professional indemnity claims relating to your accounts preparation, bookkeeping, management consultancy, auditing, tax advice, superannuation advice and business valuations.

Enjoy the peace of mind that you are covered by a Complete Online Insurance policy.

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Getting your PI insurance from Complete Online Insurance is a smarter, faster and cheaper way to get covered. 

Tailor Made Cover for Accountants, Auditors and Bookkeepers

We understand your business, and we also understand the unfortunate likelihood of a professional negligence claim being made, for example:

  1. A firm of accountants was retained to provide a report regarding a takeover price for the purpose of complying with stock exchange listing rules. The plaintiff client alleged there was an implied term that the firm would independently investigate the geological viability of the mining assets of the target company. On this occasion the firm’s defence was upheld by the Court on the basis the accounting firm did not hold itself out as having any expertise in geology or mining and had made it clear they had relied upon the engineer’s report and were unable to confirm the data contained.
  2. An auditor failed to report to the Company’s board the deficiencies in the company’s internal control system which allowed one of its employees to operate foreign exchange dealings without effective control and supervision.
  3. An accountant was asked about the taxation consequences of the purchase of a property where the prospective purchase monies were to be advanced by a related company. The accountant was held liable for failing to advise that there was a significant reason why the purchase should not go ahead. If such advice was provided, it was found that the client would have asked the accountant how to restructure the transaction, have it withdrawn or novated the offer.

Don’t get caught up in a claim like this without cover.

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