- Audit-Ready accounting service



This section could be interesting to self-employed entrepreneurs and small incorporated businesses who want to improve their bookkeeping and accounting service and reduce accounting expenses at the same time.


New clients are coming to us every month and because of this we are acquiring a lot of documents from various accounting companies and individuals. Generally speaking this is a normal process. What is not normal and what worries us a lot is that not a single company came to us with 100% or even 50% audit-ready accounting documentation.

In most cases the owner knows that not everything is right with his/her accounting processes, documentation and balances. It is owner’s responsibilities to keep all documents in order and if the owner does not care about his/her readiness for an audition, sooner or later the owner will (literally) pay for his/her neglect.

What is not right or fair is when one individual or some accounting firm makes a mistake and does not tell the served company about the mistake, and because of that mistake a served company is forced to pay extra charges and penalties.

  • If you have any concerns, doubts or suspicions that your accounting papers are not up-to-date. 
  • If you did not do an internal audition for more than 2 years.
  • If you do not have solid proof that you are getting everything from your accounting service provider that you are paying for.

Here is your chance.

Order the Audit-Ready Bookkeeping service from the and find out your real situation.

We have great experience in government audition. We went through hundreds and hundreds of auditions with our clients during last 15 years. We know what government auditors check first. We know what areas government auditors check more frequently these days. We are able to find and highlight all of the weakest spots in your bookkeeping.

Please note that this Audit-Ready Bookkeeping service is totally FREE.




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Here is a tip. Just call your accountant and tell him or her that you are going to conduct an internal audit.

Ask your accountant – how long will it take him/her to provide all your books to you for an your internal audit? You have full rights to request it. You must to do an audit from time to time, it is nothing wrong that you want to know everything about your financial situation. An honest accountant will never be upset with this kind of request.

Now, if the preparation time frame is:

  • within 1 or 2 days - your books are in perfect conditions and you have nothing to worry about.
  • within 2 or 5 business days - very likely your books are in good condition, however it will be wise to check you books. Anyway this check up is free. The audit-ready bookkeeping will give you assurance that your books are in good hands.
  • more then 5 business days - you definitely have to conduct your internal audit. If your accountant even can't promise to prepare your books for an audition in a week, very possible he/she has no time to keep your books in good shape.

Protect yourself from potentially very costly government auditions through this free of charge Audit-Ready Bookkeeping.

Please do not be mistaken, we do not conduct full size audit within the Audit-Ready Bookkeeping inspection. Instead, we conduct 17 point inspection of your bookkeeping documents. It will take around 4 to 8 hours of work. After that we will create a summary report. We will indicate all of the strongest and weakest areas in your bookkeeping files.

You will be able to improve your audit-ready status.