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Audit and Independent Examinations services in Calderdale


Many businesses are legally required to undergo an external, independent examination, such as an audit, and to report on all or part of their accounts.

This applies to companies with turnover, assets or workforce above certain thresholds, although many businesses below those thresholds also find the process valuable.

We want to make your audit a positive experience and go beyond simply reporting on your accounts – and because we get to know our clients, our audits are reinforced by our understanding of your business and the sector in which you operate.

We’ll use your audit to identify areas of your business that can be improved or made more efficient, including your financial controls and management systems. Our approach will give you the detailed data you need for effective decision-making and to shape your strategy for moving your business forward.

We have years of experience in audit work and are registered auditors, authorised and monitored by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in our conduct of limited company audits.

Many other organisations also require audit work to be carried out by registered auditors, even if their accounts themselves do not require it, including solicitors who hold clients’ monies or operate controlled trusts.

If you are part of a voluntary organisation that provides services under a service contract to a local or other government body, you may be required to undergo an audit. We have wide-ranging experience in this type of audit and can often advise on ways to improve accounting systems.

Details about our audit registration can be viewed at www.auditregister.org.uk, under reference number: 1365538.

To find out more about how we can help you, please contact LRH accountants in Calderdale.

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Latest News

Government to launch new local lockdown grants

September 14th, 2020

Businesses that are required to shut due to local lockdowns could be entitled to claim up to £1,500 in grant funding every three weeks for each premises that is closed.

The new grant funding has been created to support those businesses that are adversely affected by local restrictions, which are being imposed in areas with high incidences of the Coronavirus.

Under the new scheme:

  • If a business occupies premises with a rateable value less than £51,000 or occupies property or part of a property subject to an annual rent or mortgage payment of less than £51,000, it will receive £1,000.
  • If a business occupies premises with a rateable value of exactly £51,000 or above or occupies property or part of a property subject to an annual rent or mortgage payment of exactly £51,000 or above, it will receive £1,500.

Unfortunately, any businesses still closed at a national level, such as nightclubs, will not be eligible for this funding.

The new grants will be delivered by local authorities, who will be responsible for distributing the grants to businesses in circumstances where they are closed due to local interventions. Local authorities are being given the discretion to determine additional eligibility criteria should it be deemed necessary.

These new grants can be used alongside other support, but as with other COVID grants funding from this new initiative will be treated as taxable income.

Further details of this new grant are yet to be published by either the Government or local authorities. We will try and bring you updates on this new scheme as and when they emerge.

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