Audits & Assurances

In today’s environment of scepticism, businesses need to be assured that their financial health is stable and their operations are conducted in accordance to the law and regulations.

With our audits and assurance services, businesses and entrepreneurs get a fair idea about their financial position and compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements. We further advise them about the steps and measures they need to take to ensure that there is accuracy in the financial information of their firm and thus assuring its credibility while dealing with financial institutes, partners, investors, and the government.

Given below are types of audits we offer

Statutory Audit: We ensure that a true and fair view of the firm’s books of accounts and is presented to the regulators and public. We do statutory audits of proprietorship firms, limited liability partnerships and all types of companies.

Tax Audit: We offer tax audit services to businesses & Professionals whose turnover is more than the limit prescribed under the Income Tax Act.

Limited Reviews: We do limited reviews of firms registered on the stock market as they are required to file a quarterly financial statement. We prepare their interim financial information/report in accordance with applicable financial reporting framework

Internal/system Audit: We offer independent internal auditing services to help firms assess their risk management, control and governance processes and further add value and improve their operations.

Management Audits: By conducting management functions audit, we help businesses assess their methods and policies of administration and use of resources and thus improve their operating effectiveness.

Due Dilligence: We do comprehensive appraisals of businesses and entities before our clients get into any kind of commercial or financial deal or agreement with them.

Forensic/Investigative Audits: We conduct forensic audits of businesses or individuals’ financial statements and books in situations where the client is supposed to provide such information in court during litigation