When you run a business, you want to take every opportunity to improve its efficiency and profitability. That’s what Dickson Middleton chartered accountants and tax advisors will provide when we carry out your audit.

Our audits won’t just make sure you’re compliant with statutory requirements. We’ll also use your audit to give independent, objective feedback on the health of your business and provide constructive recommendations for improving your operations. By working in this way, we deliver a real return on your investment in our audit services.

Audit exemption rules mean that many smaller businesses have the freedom to choose whether or not to undergo an audit. While some small businesses may choose to take advantage of the audit exemption, there are circumstances in which a voluntary audit is likely to be a worthwhile investment.

These could include satisfying lenders when sourcing funding, demonstrating credibility to shareholders and other stakeholders or strengthening financial discipline within the business. A voluntary audit could also be useful to interested parties, such as potential purchasers, in the event of an exit from the business.

Whether you work with us on a voluntary or statutory audit, we’ll use the audit as an opportunity to help your business do even better, by allowing you to review the key drivers within your business, your financial controls and your management systems.

We provide audit services to a wide range of businesses, as well as sectors with specific audit requirements. Our audit clients in Stirling, Bonnybridge, Auchterarder, Falkirk, Alloa and central Scotland include:

  • limited companies
  • groups
  • charities
  • pension schemes
  • professional firms
  • trusts.

For more information about Dickson Middleton’s accountancy, tax advice and business support services in Stirling, Bonnybridge and Auchterarder, please contact us.