Accountant’s report

What is an accountant’s report?

An accountant’s report is prepared where we have prepared the annual financial statements from your books and records, but we have not carried out an independent examination or an audit. The accountant’s report states that we have prepared the accounts from information supplied by you, that we have relied on your assurances, and that the accounts agree with that information.

When do you need an accountant’s report?

  • There is no legal requirement for an accountant’s report. It is entirely permissible to submit your accounts to the relevant authorities with no external report.
  • Having an accountant’s report prepared by a firm of accountants can give some limited assurance to readers of the accounts

Slade & Cooper accountant’s reports

If we prepare your accounts, there is no extra cost for the preparation of the accountant’s report. See our pricing policy.

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