Taking a closer look at your business, through an Audit process, can be turned into an opportunity to critically review and improve your business. Whether you need the bare minimum assurance for compliance purposes or a high quality, detailed insight from an extensive audit.
Taking a closer look at your business, through an audit process, can be turned into an opportunity to critically review and improve your business.
Audit & Assurance
Whether you need the bare minimum assurance for compliance purposes, high quality, detailed insight from an extensive audit, advice on charitable trusts or other specialist services – the Ingham Mora team is here to help.
We have a large, dedicated audit team, led by a specialist audit partner. We provide a high quality audit service, with a clear understanding of financial reporting standards and compliance requirements, while providing practical recommendations for improvements in systems and controls.
We have experience with a wide range of entities, including:
- large companies including FMC Reporting entities
- Charities and Not for Profit organisations
- small companies with specific needs
- overseas companies
- Public Sector entities such as school audits performed on behalf of the Auditor-General.
In addition to core annual financial statement audits, we can help you with the following special purpose audits and reviews:
- Review Engagements
- Grant audits
- Turnover audits
- other Compliance and Assurance engagements
Regardless of the type of entity or the scope of the engagement, you will receive independent assurance and advice on improvements to your systems which will help you:
- successfully manage risk
- improve your internal control systems
- make better decisions
- improve your governance and reporting processes
- meet your statutory requirements.
Importantly, our auditing specialists use their knowledge and experience to work with you in a pragmatic and practical way and deliver realistic outcomes. We will transfer our knowledge effectively to you to improve your capability.
Charitable trusts are trusts set up to hold money or assets and carry out activities for the benefit of the community. They may be formed for the purpose of:
- the promotion of education
- the relief of poverty
- the promotion of religion
- other purposes of benefit to the community
A charitable trust as registered by the Registrar of Incorporated Societies gains tax benefits when approved by the IRD. These tax breaks include the absence of gift duty on gifts to the trust and the absence of tax on income earned by the trust.
We know the practicalities of charitable trusts. Our experience in this area enables us to assist you in both setting up the trust and in using the trust to most effectively reach your charitable goals.
Contact us today to hear more.