Audit of the Business
In today's dynamic business environment, globalization and modernization has many upsides and downsides. In any business entity, auditing is an important business activity and must be performed with high level of professionalism. Audits of company accounts have been compulsory in India since the passing of the first Companies Act in 1913.
A company audit is of vital importance as it presents the true picture of state of affairs of an entity. It helps in understanding and assessing risks and evaluates the internal controls and checks. In addition, it also ensures maximum utilization of the available resources along with timely identification of liabilities including the ones in contingent nature.
Registrationwala's audit services can help you with a comprehensive, professional approach to company auditing that yields practical solutions, not complicated reports. Our specialists and services always concentrate on bringing value - presenting you the insight and foresight, across your business as a single entity, to manage the future head on.
BENEFITS OF AUDIT OF THE BUSINESS
Risk of Misstatement
Frequently Asked Question
The respective auditor understands the propositions before him/her for analysis, procures evidence, evaluates the same, and generates an opinion on the basis of his analysis which is conveyed in the form of his audit report.
The decision and authority to appoint the first auditor of the company is vested in the Board. It is the responsibility of the board to appoint the first auditor within one month from the date of the registration of the company. Here, the registration date refers to the date give at the bottom of the certificate of incorporation issued by the registrar. The first auditor appointed by the board shall hold office until the conclusion of the first annual general meeting of the company.
It is mandatory for every company to appoint an individual or firm as an auditor at first annual general meeting (AGM). The auditor will have to hold office from the conclusion of that meeting till the conclusion of the sixth (6th) Annual General Meeting (AGM). The duration of auditor of company will be term of consecutive Five (5) years each for Individual and Two terms of Consecutive Five (5) years in case of Auditor Firm.
- If you a service provider such as Doctor, Advocate etc. with turnover of more than 15 lacs per year
- If you own a Private Limited Company
- Other businesses with turnover of greater than 1 Crore
- FOR CORPORATE ASSESSEES, (Like Private Limited & Public Limited Companies) and for all other corporate assessees, the due date for furnishing his return of income is 30th September of the Assessment Year.
- FOR NON CORPORATE ASSESSEES, (Like Partnership Firm & Proprietorship Firm) who is required to obtain Tax Audit Report (TAR) under section 44AB of the Act and for all other corporate assessees, the due date for furnishing his return of income is 30th September of the Assessment Year.
- FOR ANY OTHER ASSESSEES Like Salaried Income, Person having Income from House property, Interest income, Business Income where accounts are not required to be audited the due date for furnishing his return of income is 31st July of the Assessment Year. If your total income like salary, rent received, interest on deposit etc exceeds taxable limit of Rs2.5 lacs, you have to submit Income Tax return in the prescribed form ITR 1 ITR 2 ITR 3 .... depending on the nature of income. Even if your taxable income is less than as prescribed every year, but you have to claim refund for the TDS collected from you, you have to submit the Tax Return.