An interim audit is carried out between two annual audits to determine interim earnings. It allows the company to declare an interim dividend or assess the purpose of evaluating the value of the shares. This audit includes a thorough review of transactions and a review of records and accounts up to date. It is an audit that takes place between two audits of the balance sheet.
The auditors typically conduct the interim audit in some of their client’s financial statements for six to nine months. This is an excellent advantage to the auditors as they will have less work to do at the final audit or by the end of the year. However, they may not need to do so for all audit activities since this depends on the audit policy of the auditor.
On the other hand, an interim audit is similarly performed in response to the client's request, requiring their interim financial statements to be reviewed every quarter.
It makes sense to invest in an interim audit to help improve your company makes sense. Investors and stakeholders can view the financial analysis and details on the cash flow. So, your company can detect fraud and other issues with the help of an interim auditor. This improves the overall efficiency of your company's cash flow, and you can better control the financial conditions of your company.
AMCA, with a decade-long experience, is registered with the Ministry of Economy (MOE) to operate as a Licensed Auditor. Our audits are widely accepted in Mainland Authorities (LLC) and all Major Free Zones, including DMCC, JAFZA, DAFZA, DWC, DIFC, and DSO.
With our expertise, we'll assist your company with completing your interim audit; similarly, we’ll help you be at ease in conducting and finalizing your final audit. The client can release his audited financial statements quickly through an interim audit. With our assistance, you will be able to engage in other events with more customers.