Audit and accounts
If you are running a limited company you will need to prepare statutory accounts each year for filing at Companies House and with the Inland Revenue. Unless your company is 'small' (generally an annual turnover of less than £6.5m) you are also required by law to have an independent audit of these accounts. However, many clients currently below the £6.5m threshold still opt to have an audit.
In some cases this will be for commercial reasons, for example because the terms of a bank loan may require audited accounts, or because customers and suppliers may give more credibility to audited figures.
Many owner-managers also value the audit itself as an opportunity for an independent look at the books, and to get advice on the state of the business and on their accounting procedures and controls.
- Our staff will make your audit as smooth as possible and minimise any disruption to your business
- Our audit clients include owner managed businesses, UK groups, PLCs, charities, pension funds
- Our audit approach is tailored for an efficient and cost effective process
- We are experienced in auditing UK subsidiaries of international groups and reporting to group auditors.
Contact us now for an initial free consultation.