Professional etiquette


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Guest

I have been asked by a subscriber of a charitable company to perform a
review of their accounts to look for any errors or omissions. I have
prepared a report on the basis of publicly available information and made
clear that this does not constitute an audit, and I am not expressing an
opinion on the accounts.

The subscriber wishes to send my report to the Charity Commission, and a
leading politician, and it is entirely probable that some of it may find its
way into the media.

I was wondering if there were any 'etiquette' issues with regard to the
auditors of the charity.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks
 
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J

Jeremy Westhead

Hmmm....who knows!

020 7920 8100 - ICAEW may be able to help!
 
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Edward Cowling

I was wondering if there were any 'etiquette' issues with regard to the
auditors of the charity.

Just be careful about how much you do for free. I know
a semi retired CA who once he did one set of charity
accounts has been pestered to do more and more, all for
free of course.
 

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