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Audit of Companies Incorporated under the Indian Companies Act

While most of the rules of business have changed, the Principles haven’t. Meeting the expectations of investors begins with the completeness, accuracy and fair presentation of financial statements and disclosures. The audit is the key to encourage confidence in both your company and the financial system at large.

We, at GDK & Associates, provide our Auditing & Assurance services to our clients in the following fields-


Statutory Audit, by definition is an audit which is compulsory to be conducted by way of any statute. It is conducted with the object of finding whether the financial statements of a company are true and fair or not, and to express an opinion therein by way of an Audit Report in accordance with the Standards on Auditing. At GDK & Associates, we provide the services of Statutory Audit under the Companies Act and various other statutes to our clients.

Certain areas on the basis of which our statutory audit has to be conducted are-

  1. Cash flow in the organization.
  2. Stocks
  3. Receivable items
  4. Statutory records and requirements and payables and such other areas as may be necessary and relevant based on the nature of a company and other related factors.


Managing the risk of any company’s business is a point of concern for both, the senior management of a company (and Those Charged with Governance, wherever applicable) and the Audit Committee by extension. Management and Internal Audits are therefore conducted to evaluate a company's internal controls, including its corporate governance, consulting activity designed to add value, internal financial controls over financial reporting and the accounting processes at large.

We at GDK & Associates provide services to the management by way of Management and Internal Audits of various Corporate Entities incorporated under the Indian Companies Act and Non-corporate Entities in Indore and certain other places. The scope of such audit consists:

  1. Checking of day to day transactions.
  2. Assisting the entity in complying with various legal requirements.
  3. Requirements of accounting standards and preparation of financial statements.
  4. Assisting the management in its policy decisions so as to propel the growth of the entity.