Other audit assignments.

If you're running a business that doesn't require at audit, you can engage us to carry out other kinds of audit assignments. It may be a summary audit or a stock check. Here are a few examples of such assignments:   Special purpose audit. Might be a special balance sheet item, such as inventories. The auditor draws a clear conclusion in his report and thus gives credibility to the valuation in the balance sheet.   
Summary audit. Suppliers or credit providers of companies that have decided not to conduct an audit might want to have an assessment of, for example, the current capacity to pay. The auditor analyses the situation by such means as interviews and key indicators, and provides a clear conclusion in the report. 
Review by special agreement. The auditor is charged with the task of examining a specific transaction or item of base data, for example, a grant application. What and how are decided by you and the auditor, and if relevant a third party. You may draw your own conclusions from the auditor's observations. 

Reveiw by special agreement.

The auditor is charged with the task of examining a specific transaction or item of base data, for example, a grant application. What and how are decided by you and the auditor, and if relevant a third party. You may draw your own conclusions from the auditor's observations.