Added Value Audit

The audit process continues to play an essential role in the financial management of the business as well as the execution of directors' and trustees’ responsibilities to their shareholders and stakeholders.

The Added Value Audit goes one stage further and applies the skills of the HPH multi-discipline team firstly to identify risks and secondly identify opportunities for profit improvement.

The audit team has the breadth of management ability and technical support needed to assess additional areas of the business beyond the requirements of core compliance.

The benefit of this to the client is that a range of business issues, processes and procedures can be addressed whilst the team is on-site for the annual audit at marginal extra cost - and significant added value.

The Added Value Audit typically includes PAYE, NIC, VAT, insurance, fixed asset security, registers, IT, management reporting, strategic planning, business planning, marketing planning, forecasting and performance modeling.