Tag Archives: fraud

Monitoring Inspection Feedback

Recent feedback from professional accountancy body inspections which readers may find useful, has come to our attention. In no particular sequence, this selection of findings applies mainly to small/medium practices: Systems of internal controls – there is only a basic understanding on the file – a more complete understanding (with flow diagrams) could be used… Read More


Audit Update

Tax advocacy is now banned for all audit clients. True or False?  The answer is ‘False’. To hear why this is false and find out what exactly are the rules surrounding an auditor helping an audit client argue a case with the Revenue Commissioners, go see our online webinar entitled Audit Update where you may… Read More


The Solicitors Accounts Regulations Seminar

In our last blog about preparing the reporting accountants report under the ROI Law Society Solicitors Accounts Regulations, 2014, we mentioned that the work involved is a quite onerous and responsible task, and carries with it the requirement for compulsory professional indemnity insurance at a minimum of €500,000. Many accountants ask themselves the question –… Read More