Auditing and Assurance

All directors are responsible for the success or failure, profits or losses, assets or liabilities of their company. By extension of this, all companies are required by law to keep proper books of account as evidence of their stewardship and the Directors are fully responsible for this. From these records, the Directors are required to prepare an Annual set of Financial Statements and Annual Return.

We recognize that directors are experts in their business but not in financial control and by extension their legal and tax obligations and this is where we provide badly needed support.

When it comes to making these types of financial reports for Shareholders and Third Party Institutions to show how well you are managing your finances, we will take away all that troubling paperwork and turn it into reliable reports and accurate returns for all the relevant interested regulatory authorities, including the Revenue Commissioners.

The importance of a robust control environment to ensure the smooth operating of a business cannot be underestimated. We can also support your business in second line of defense activities through our experience in managing and delivering a wide range of risk and internal controls type projects, such as internal audit, risk modelling and policy and procedure documentation.

We offer a value for money audit and assurance that can lead to new ways of thinking, performance improvement and efficiencies that are guaranteed to cover all forms of business including:

  • Sole Trader
  • Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Limited Companies and other corporate bodies.

All businesses require some form of Financial Statement assurance reports, and as such, we offer a wide range of services to all our clients including;

  • Financial Statements Audits
  • Annual returns
  • Taxation Returns
  • Banking & Due Diligence
  • Property acquisition – tax services
  • Investments – tax services
  • Probate taxes
  • Business start-up and company formation
  • Headquarters relocation to Ireland
  • In certain cases, formal statutory audits are required such as:

Statutory Corporate Audit

  • Tax Audit
  • Special Audit
  • Finance Audit
  • Due Diligence on acquisition or disposal of business
  • Internal Audit
  • Annual Review
  • Monthly Review

If you are considering a switch, contact us today to discuss your audit requirements in more detail.