Why should you spend money on an audit when a financial statement is less expensive?
An audit protects your business and offers assurance about the reliability of your financial statements. It can be a statutory and legal requirement, and it can show you where to make improvements to your financial systems and controls. An audit assures your shareholders that you are fiscally responsible and that you are safeguarding the company’s assets. Our Audit & Assurance team will:
- spend time with you to understand your systems, controls, concerns and people
- find out how your finance department works and how much assistance it requires
- provide you with a comprehensive list of the schedules and reconciliations you need to prepare for the audit.
If you don’t have the internal systems or finance department resources, then we can help you find the external expertise you need.
Our Audit & Assurance team together has more than 45 years of experience in the accounting industry. You’ll build a relationship with a team that brings partner time and partner commitment to the relationship. We cover many industry sectors: charities, not for profits, federally and provincially incorporated businesses, aboriginal organizations, government agencies, and small-, medium- and large-sized businesses.
If you’re interested in an audit quote for your company, we provide checklists and the information and items required to provide an audit quote on our Resources page.
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