There are good reasons why you might opt for a voluntary audit:
- Reassurance about the integrity and quality of your financial statements and internal controls, especially where you have external shareholders
- Your key customers may require an audit as part of their contractual agreements
- Your lenders or investors may want one to satisfy their requirements
- You can use voluntary audits to build financial credibility prior to a sale
An assurance review is less intensive, less expensive and more flexible than a full audit. It may be a suitable alternative for your business if you still need to provide assurance regarding the quality and accuracy of your financial statements to lenders or other interested parties.Agreed-Upon Procedures
This can provide a useful bespoke review of specific areas of concern.
Whichever option you choose we will work to the same high standards, agreeing key objectives and risk areas and working to a timetable to suit your needs.