A statutory audit is a legally required review of the accuracy of a company’s financial statements, books and records.

Most organisations are required to have at least one annual financial statement to record their activities and provide a reasonable level of assurance to the users of accounts. Other reporting may also be required to satisfy the needs of other interested parties.

Private or personal liability companies that are not required to have their financial statements audited may choose to voluntarily file their audited statements with their annual returns. The company must file a financial accountability supplement with their annual return if they choose not to file a full set of financial statements.

CA RA Mpako Statutory Audit Services assist clients to meet regulatory requirements specific to the organisation and business sector.

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