What is Auditing?
Auditing is a systematic examination of books, accounts, documents and vouchers of a business to ascertain how far the financial statements present a true and fair view of the concern. It also ensures that the books of accounts are properly maintained by the concern as required by law.
Why do I need Auditing services?
Audits provide third party assurance to various stakeholders that the subject matter is free from material misstatement. As a result of an audit, stakeholders may effectively evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and the governance process over the subject manner.
When I need Auditing services?
The audit has been required in a limited company (AS). Otherwise audit is mandatory only if two of the following limits are met:
- turnover more than 4 million euros
- the balance sheet value at least 2 million euros
- the number of employees an average of 60 or more
The auditor must be authorized in Estonia auditor or audit firm.
The auditor must be chosen in the community if two of the following limits are met:
- turnover more than 200 000 euros
- the balance sheet value more than 100 000 euros
- the number of employees an average more than 3
The auditor must be chosen in a housing corporation if buildings have at least 30 apartments.
The auditor must be authorized in Finland auditor (HT or KHT) or audit firm.
Why choose us?
Minicapital is committed to building long-term relationships with our clients. Our clients are our priority – they appreciate the reliable, flexible and responsive approach we bring to our work. We use only modern technologies and methodologies, therefore we can offer our services by cost-effective and customer-friendly way. You can monitor all of your accounting activities online from any smart phone, tablet or computer via internet anywhere in the world. Your records will be updated on a regular basis, any reports of which you can view and print at your convenience any time any day.
Auditing services are provided by our cooperation companies in Estonia and Finland.