Audit & Assurance

  1. Tax Audit: During the tax audit, the CA will review the taxpayer’s financial records and tax returns, and may request additional documentation and information to support the reported information. The CA will use this information to verify that the taxpayer has reported all of their income, has claimed the appropriate deductions and credits and has paid the correct amount of taxes.

  2. Internal Audit: Internal audit services are a type of internal control that assesses a company’s operations, financial reporting, and compliance with laws and regulations. The purpose of an internal audit is to provide independent assurance to the company’s management and board of directors that the company’s risks are being effectively managed and its resources are being used efficiently. Internal auditors evaluate the company’s internal controls, financial reporting processes, and compliance with laws and regulations. They also identify areas for improvement and make recommendations for enhancing the company’s operations and financial reporting.

  3. Statutory Audit: During a Statutory Audit, our team strives to guarantee that the financial statements accurately reflect the financial standing and operational results in compliance with all applicable laws and authoritative pronouncements.

  4. Compliance Audit: During a Compliance Audit, we evaluate the adherence to the provisions outlined in relevant laws, regulations, and any orders or directives issued by authorized authorities. During the compliance audit process, our team of auditors will thoroughly review the company’s policies, procedures, and practices to determine if they are in line with the laws, regulations, and directives that apply to the company’s business activities. This may include an examination of internal controls, risk management processes, and documentation related to compliance matters.

  5. Secretarial Audit: Secretarial audit services are a type of internal audit that assesses a company’s compliance with the legal and regulatory requirements for the management and administration of its business. The purpose of a secretarial audit is to ensure that the company has maintained proper records and followed all relevant laws, rules, and regulations.Secretarial audit services generally include a review of the company’s statutory records and other relevant documents, such as board meeting minutes, shareholder records, and contracts. The auditor will also assess the company’s compliance with laws and regulations related to corporate governance, such as the Companies Act, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulations, and other relevant laws.

  6. Stock Audit: Stock audit is an independent examination of a company’s inventory, or stock, to verify the accuracy of its records and physical holdings. The purpose of a stock audit is to ensure that the quantity and value of the company’s inventory are accurately reflected in its financial statements. During a stock audit, a team of auditors physically counts the items in the company’s inventory and compares the results to the company’s records. The auditors may also review the company’s inventory management processes, including how items are received, stored, and sold. They may also investigate any discrepancies or irregularities that are identified during the audit process.