Accounts and Audits
for businesses, charities and individuals
Welcome to Ward Goodman’s auditing & accountancy services. Ward Goodman’s qualified accountants & professional auditors provide accountancy & auditing services throughout Hampshire & Dorset.
Auditing & Accountancy Services from Ward Goodman
Our specialist auditing team is made up of Dorset & Hampshire based auditors who are highly qualified and experienced in conducting audits throughout Dorset & Hampshire. The combined industry experience of our qualified auditors exceeds 70 years.
Statutory audit reports for limited companies
Non statutory audit reports
Government and EU grant audit reports
Charity audit reports
Pensions scheme audit reports
- Specialist PRAS tax auditors
- Registered with the US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) allowing us to audit UK subsidiaries of US companies.
The principal accounting services we provide include:
Statutory financial statements for limited companies in accordance with the Companies Act 2006
Consolidated financial statements for medium-sized and large companies
Charity accounts compliant with SORP 2005 and Charities Act 2006
Pension scheme accounts
- Forensic accounting
- ICAEW registered firm
According to the requirements of the Companies act, businesses with a turnover of £6.5 million or above must have an audit. >> Company Size Audit Threshold
- Company Size Audit Threshold
- Companies Act 2006- a summary of what it means for private companies (76KB)
- Private Company Information ref. companies act
- Companies Act 2006 Duties of company directors
- The Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform
Would you like our help?
If the answer is yes please contact one of our Auditing specialists on 01202 875900 or click on one of the below links:
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Ward Goodman News
Ward Goodman are recruiting
July 22, 2014
Ward Goodman Chartered Accountants are currently recruiting for the position of Audit Senior. The ideal candidate will be a team player, who will be responsible for not only audit but working as an ambassador for Ward Goodman, seeing what other services clients may require and in turn create opportunities for the firm to expand their […]
Success for the 3rd annual Dorset Charity Conference
May 16, 2014
Thursday 8th May marked the 3rd annual Dorset Charity Conference; an event which emphasised the importance of businesses and charities working together. Over 130 attendees visited the Conference, hosted by leading Dorset accountancy firm and adviser to the charity sector, Ward Goodman. The event gave local charities the perfect platform to engage with leading sector […]
Gain full control of your business through Ward Goodman Outsourcing
May 16, 2014
Ward Goodman Outsourcing has experienced substantial growth over recent months. Outsourcing financial and business functions can act as a perfect solution to many businesses that are hit by an unexpected change in management or are struggling to keep control. With a constantly expanding client base, Ward Goodman Outsourcing provides solutions to a variety of different […]
The DCC: Uniting Local Charities and Businesses
April 24, 2014
Thursday 8th May marks the 3rd Annual Dorset Charity Conference; an event which emphasises the importance of businesses and charities working together. For the third year running, leading Dorset accountancy firm and advisor to the charity sector, Ward Goodman will be hosting the annual Dorset Charity Conference. The event which seeks to connect local charities […]
A Budget for Savers?
March 19, 2014
Unlike last year the House of Commons was on its (relatively) best behaviour for today’s budget speech by the Chancellor, George Osborne. He chose to brand this year’s budget as one with ‘support for savers at its heart’. Nevertheless the economy took up the bulk of his speech with positive forecasts which may or may […]