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On the lookout for professional Accounting & Bookkeeping Services in Dubai, UAE?

Many small businesses, start-ups, and entrepreneurs find it difficult to find a resource with the necessary skill set to manage their accounting and bookkeeping services in Dubai. As a result, it makes sense to hire professional accounting firms or companies in Dubai that have the necessary skills and experience to rise to the occasion and carry out your accounting services in Dubai / Abu Dhabi in a more professional and cost-effective manner. Capella Tax Consultancy is an FTA (Federal Tax Authority) Certified Tax Agency in the UAE, specializing in the delivery of world-class professional services in Financial Management. Our qualified team of Tax Consultants, Chartered Accountants, and Advisors has the expertise and dedication to ensure you receive the right advice to help you comply with the ever increasing Tax laws and regulations in UAE

Statutory audit

Our industry-experienced auditors examine and determine whether a company is providing a fair and accurate representation of its financial position.

Statutory auditing is a legally required review of the accuracy of a company’s financial records using auditing standards generally accepted in the country and obtaining an understanding of the entity’s internal control by obtaining audit evidence through examination and inspection of books and stock, inquiry, observation, confirmations, analytical, and other procedures.

Our industry-experienced auditors examine and determine whether a company is providing a fair and accurate representation of its financial position.

According to UAE Federal Law No 2 of 2015 (Article 102 of the Commercial Companies Law 2015), a Limited Liability Company must have one or more auditors who are elected by the General Assembly of the partners each year, and, except as provided in Article (244) of this Law, the provisions governing auditors in public joint stock companies apply to the auditor of a Limited Liability Company. Article 246 Duties of Joint Stock Company Auditors states that the auditor is responsible for auditing the company’s accounts, inspecting the balance sheet and profit and loss account, reviewing the company’s transactions with related parties, and ensuring the application of the provisions of this Law and the Articles of Association.

Upon preparing his report, the auditor shall confirm the following:

  • The degree of validity of the company’s accounting records.
  • The degree of agreement between the company’s records and the accounting records.
  • The auditor is responsible for reviewing all of the company’s records, papers, and other documents. The auditor may request any explanations he deems necessary to carry out his duties.
  • The auditor may also verify the company’s assets, rights, and obligations. If the auditor is unable to perform his duties due to a lack of facilities, he must state this in his report to the Board of Directors. If the Board of Directors fails to assist the auditor’s task, the auditor must send a copy of the report to the Authority.
  • The subsidiary and its auditor shall provide any information and explanations requested by the holding company’s auditor for the purposes of audit.

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Empire Heights, Podium Floor 3,
Business Bay, Dubai, 124584, UAE

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    DUBAI

    Empire Heights, Podium Floor 3,
    Business Bay, Dubai, 124584, UAE

    Phone : +971 42 971 738

    Email : hello@capella.ae

    REQUEST A FREE QUOTE NOW!

    Take the first step towards improving your accounting system

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