Typically, a statutory company audit involves the process of auditing an entity’s books of accounts to provide reasonable assurance that the financial records are true, fair, and are prepared by the applicable reporting framework. Irrespective of the size of the company, we micro analyze every company audit evidence collected and conduct company audit with careful planning, experience, and professional competence.
Documents Required For Company Audit
Reports on the Payroll
List of All the Bank Accounts Used
List and Evidence of all the Transactions
The General Ledger
Trial Balance of the Company
Copies of all legal documents
Why is Company Audit needed?
- Helps in Executing the business’s objectives.
- Acquiring strong financial declaration on the business operation.
- Helps in Taking cautionary measures against fraud or misuse of the company’s assets.
- Reducing the company’s cost of capital.