Our Audit Team
A statutory audit will be required by a company if one or more of the following four criteria apply:
The company satisfies two out of three of the following thresholds for two consecutive years.
An annual turnover of no more than £10.2 million.
50 or fewer employees on average.
The company is a PLC or a banking, insurance or finance company (or a subsidiary of one of these).
The company is required by its professional or trade organisation or other similar organisation to have its accounts audited.
We aim to deliver hassle free and efficient audit service to our clients and support clients who wish to have an audit even if they are not required to by law.
- An audit involves a detailed review of the company’s accounting systems and systems of control and also requires a detailed understanding of the company’s business. Such a review and knowledge can provide increased opportunities to provide proactive business advice on many matters.
- An unqualified audit report can improve the status of the accounts in the eyes of banks and commercial lenders, the Revenue, Customs & Excise and suppliers who may be seeking credit references, etc.
- A history of accounts with clean audit reports can also be a factor if you ever wish to sell the company or, perhaps, take it to the market.
- The possibility of fraud can be reduced and an audit can act as a deterrent to any potential fraudster.
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