The annual audit offers a perfect opportunity to review your company’s financial statements, i.e. accounting records, annual accounts and the annual report. The auditor also reviews the management of the company to ensure compliance with the laws and regulations applicable to your business.
The auditing obligation has now been abolished for small businesses, but plenty of business-owners recognise the benefits of continuing to employ an auditor.
An audit provides you, your partners, suppliers and customers with security. Banks and other agencies may also be interested in your audit report.
An audit is a quality stamp that gives your company credibility. For anyone wanting to do business with you, it makes it that much easier to justify choosing your company over others.
Audits are about teamwork
We always conduct audits in close cooperation with our clients. This is necessary to get a true and fair view of the company. The end result of all this is an audit report that describes the financial status of the company. The report may also contain advice and recommendations concerning ways in which your company can develop.
What is involved?
Audit of annual report
Use us as a sounding board!
As your auditor we are well versed in your company’s activities. We keep up to date with the laws and regulations of relevance to your business. These may concern, for instance, accounting, VAT, allowances or taxation.
With this background knowledge we are able to serve as a valuable sounding board when you have to make important financial decisions, because we can see the risks and opportunities involved for your company. We are also able to assist with contact with the authorities, including the preparation of any financial documents required.