Although most small companies are exempt, if an audit is required we are registered to carry out this work and can move seamlessly from our accounts preparation work.

It is not unusual even for exempt companies to choose to have an audit as good practice, especially if they are fast-growing or perhaps to reassure minority or potential investors.

Certain business sectors, usually those handling public money such as solicitors, also have regulatory reporting requirements not dissimilar to an audit.

There are yet other situations which require an audit-type assurance approach under its own terms of reference, such as due diligence reviews for a business acquisition or compliance reviews with particular rules and regulations, grant applications and so on.

As a firm registered to carry on audit work, we are able to conduct all such statutory audit and similar assurance reporting requirements you may have.

To discuss how we may help you more specifically, please contact us.