Our seasoned auditors conduct thorough assessments, ensuring accuracy, compliance, and transparent insights, upholding integrity while reinforcing your business reputation.
By leveraging accurate data analysis and comprehensive reporting, we empower businesses with the information needed to make informed choices, optimise operations, and drive sustainable growth.
By implementing robust financial strategies and risk management techniques and meeting regulations, we provide businesses with the stability and confidence needed to navigate the ever-changing financial landscape successfully.
Through scrupulous examination of financial records and processes, we identify areas for improvement, mitigate risks, and provide valuable insights that drive growth and achieve your business goals.
The entities must maintain the following documents while conducting any audit in JAFZA balance sheet, Income statement, MOA and AOA, Trade licence, Credit and debit notes, invoices, and any other document as demanded by the authorities or auditors.
The audit reports and the financial statements must be filed with or submitted to the authority within 3 months from the end of the relevant financial year.
If any entity fails to conduct or submit the audit reports, the authority may charge fines or penalties, and the trade licence may also be rejected for renewal.
The audited financial statements must be prepared and submitted in the form of a summary sheet of the financial figure as per the instructed format, which has to be signed and stamped by the approved auditors along with the audited financial statement in the portal of JAFZA.
CDA, being one of the best approved auditors in JAFZA, can assist the entities in getting all the required documents audited and staying compliant with the regulations. Our team can help you detect and mitigate risks before they occur and formulate effective internal control strategies.
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