Many businesses need financial statements prepared in order to satisfy banking requirements, report financial information to investors, or the like. Most in-house accounting software products can produce these statements automatically. However, most readers of these statements appreciate a CA’s role in their creation. We have professional standards that we must follow when we are associated with a financial statement of one of our clients. Consequently, readers will typically place more faith in them than those that are produced by management. Under professional standards, we have four levels of “unaudited” services that we can provide.
Reviewed financial statementswill have been subjected to a series of analytical procedures and inquiries of management. The statements will be comprehensive with full disclosures. Our report will state that the procedures are considerably less than an audit. Our work papers will fully document all of the procedures and inquiries performed.
Compiled financial statementswill have been prepared by us given our knowledge of the company and its industry. The statements may or may not be comprehensive with all disclosures. Anything omitted will be described in our report. We will read the statements (as a knowledgeable professional) and will pursue anything that looks unusual to us. Otherwise, we perform very little analytical procedures or inquiries to management. Our report will state that we did not audit or review the financial statements.
“Plain paper”financial statements are essentially compilations that do not include a report from us. They may only be provided to management with no further distribution allowed.
Income Statements- These statements are for your personal tax return, and used by the unincorporated small business owner. These statements are prepared for your small business to be attached to your personal tax return.
Other Accounting Services Offered by CIG Group India are as follows
- Statutory bookkeeping
- Consolidated reporting services
- Monthly or quarterly assistance in preparing output accounting reports
- Accounting reconciliation
- Maintaining statutory records and accounting records
- Tax viz. withholding tax and indirect tax compliances
- Internal controls and procedure documentation
- Physical Inventory
- Financial Analysis of reports
- Cash flow management
- Accounting system implementation
- Accounting policies and procedures
- Cash flow budgeting and forecasting
- Monthly close
- Financial reports for board meetings
- Audit preparation
- Manage tax filings
- Indirect tax analysis and reporting