Audit & Assurance
An audit of your annual accounts isn’t mandatory by default: the law determines whether your financial statements have to be audited. Does your company have a turnover of (over) 12 million euros? Or a balance sheet of over 6 million euros? Do you employ more than fifty people on a full-time basis? If you meet at least two of these criteria for two years, you’re required to have your company’s financial statements audited. Some companies and non-profit institutions choose to have their financial statements reviewed or audited voluntarily. Additionally, other (financial) statements, like subsidy checks or hiring statements, can also be audited. We group all of these activities and services under audit and assurance.