All charities with incoming or outgoing resources of more than £25,000 per annum require some form of external scrutiny of their accounts, and we can act as auditors or independent examiners whatever the nature of your charity.
While an independent examination is principally designed to ensure that the accounts have been correctly prepared from reliable accounting records, we always try to add value to the process and will advise you on the presentation of your charity’s activities so that the accounts are as useful as possible.
Our experienced team of charity auditors work to make your audit a positive process by identifying risks, suggesting solutions and advising on potential governance issues. We work to agreed timetables and costs, but also aim to make our audit service flexible and easy to use. We stay up to date with the changes in standards and legislation and are able to deal with the most complex reporting requirements.
We see your annual trustees’ report and accounts as an opportunity to enhance your external image to potential donors, grant funders and beneficiaries and will provide feedback throughout the audit process regarding how you present your activities in the annual report.
Contact us to discuss how our charity audit team can help your charity to comply with its statutory obligations.
Details about our audit registration can be viewed at www.auditregister.org.uk for the UK and www.cro.ie/auditors for Ireland, under reference number C004131915.