Our Audit Department has highly trained and qualified staff led by partners Padraic Lalor and John O’Shea and managers who are always readily available throughout the year to discuss potential issues as and when they arise. This ensures that all issues can be satisfactorily addressed before the audit.
What we do
- Meet your statutory requirements
- Review of your financial and management systems
- Prepare financial statements for companies which do not require an audit
- Provide insights into the marketplace that your business operates in
- Keep you up to date with relevant financial reporting, legislations and technical changes
- Offer advice to help transform your business
We provide a quality and personal service aimed at helping you to understand financial information so that you are more informed when making decisions. We also add value to your business by reviewing your accounting systems and the control measures you currently use. We then recommend ways to improve internal controls and procedures.
With our focus on added value, we will give you expert independent objective advice.
We are trusted advisors to many leading individuals and privately-owned businesses.
Our aim is to significantly improve your business’s performance by identifying and reducing risks, while also maximising growth opportunities.
We view the statutory audit as a business development opportunity rather than just an overhead incurred to comply with statutory requirements.
Our audit work is an opportunity to do more for you. Our Audit Service proactively considers matters such as financial and management structures, information and communication systems, tax planning and so on. We recognise that you need trusted, independent advisers and that the environment in which you operate from a commercial, legal and organisational perspective is constantly changing.
Our audit systems are highly automated using the latest available auditing software, minimising paperwork and leading to an efficient and cost effective audit.
While audit exemption is available for dormant companies and small companies, accounts will continue to be required to be attached with the annual returns and to be filed with the Registrar of Companies, but they will be signed and certified by directors only.
A company can receive an audit exemption if it meets at least two of the following requirements: the turnover that does not exceed €12 million; a balance sheet that does not exceed €6 million and an average number of employees that does not exceed 50.