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At Vallei Accountants, we offer a number of possibilities for the auditing of your financial statements or financial accounting.
The statutory audit of the financial statements is intended to assure your business and your stakeholders that the financial statements correctly reflect the financial position of your business. This audit results in a high degree of reassurance. A business is legally submitted to this audit every two consecutive accounting years if it meets one of the criteria below:
While performing the audit, we will gladly take the opportunity to offer you advice on how to increase your insight into your own organisation, and how to optimise your business process, thus ensuring this legal obligation is not without its added value!
Even if you are not legally required to have your financial statements audited, you may want to choose a voluntary audit – as it can have superior added value for your enterprise. For example, it lets you demonstrate that your company is doing well, and provides you will reassurance on the quality of your financial statements. Another possibility is that a Supervisory Board, shareholder group, or other stakeholders request an audit of the financial statements.
If your company is a beneficiary of a grant, it may in some cases be subject to a demand for substantiating the (financial) accounting through an audit – thus offering the grant giver the certainty that your accounts are correct. We are happy to assume this task on your behalf.
Irrespective of which audit you request, we will provide you with passionate and knowledgeable professional, who will carefully and accurately audit your accounts, and provide you with their recommendations where needed. This lets you focus on your business activities with full ease of mind.