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Company law requires many limited companies to have their financial statements audited, while many other companies choose to have an audit carried out on their financial statements because of the benefits arising.
Our audit procedure involves assessing financial management and reporting systems. We use the audit as an opportunity to identify investment and wealth management opportunities for our clients.
We have experience in auditing the accounts of a wide variety of businesses. Our clients include small, medium and large businesses. They represent industry sectors such as professional services, food importation, manufacturing, information technology and Landscape and Design.
You wish to have an audit on which you can rely and that causes minimum disruption to your activities. The key to achieving this is effective communication. We guarantee that you are involved at the planning stage and kept fully informed about the progress of our work.
We make sure your accounting procedures and internal controls are efficient and effective. The key features to our audit approach are:
For more information on our auditing services, please contact Branston Adams today.
27 Oct 2021
Within his Budget speech, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the government's intention to create high-wage, high-skilled jobs of the future.
Addressing the House of Commons, Chancellor Rishi Sunak used the 2021 Autumn Budget to announce new fiscal rules to ensure public finances 'remain on a sustainable path' during the ongoing recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Business groups have reacted to Chancellor Rishi Sunak's 2021 Autumn Budget speech.
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