According to the Companies Ordinance, Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong, a limited company must appoint a certified public accountant to conduct an audit every year, and submit an audit report and financial statements to shareholders at the annual general meeting.
The Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department regularly issues profits tax returns to companies. Companies are required to complete and submit tax return within a limited time, and must include audit reports and financial statements signed by certified public accountants.
In addition to legal requirements, banks require companies to submit audit reports and financial statements when conducting regular customer reviews or when approving loan applications, as a benchmark for assessing companies financial position.
Our professional team has more than 40 years of experience and has a thorough knowledge of the operation of various industries in Hong Kong and the accounting, tax filing and audit requirements of Hong Kong companies, and can efficiently assist companies in fulfilling audit and tax filing and other statutory requirements.
Audit report purpose
Protect the rights and interests of shareholders
Compliance with the Companies Ordinance
Follow tax requirements
Bank loan borrowing
Apply for government funding
Audit audit services mainly include
Our professional practice team has more than 40 years of experience and can efficiently assist companies in fulfilling audit and tax declaration and other statutory requirements.
1) Statutory audit
2) Other audit services:
3) Special purpose report:
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