Certification and attestation services are necessary for various purposes under different laws, rules, and regulations. We understand that businesses require certificates based on the nature of the entity, financial arrangements with banks or financial institutions, obtaining benefits and deductions under different statues, periodical compliances of applicable rules, regulations, and other legal requirements.
At Ahuja & Ahuja, we offer a wide range of certification and attestation services, including but not limited to:
- Certificates on the support of accounts and annual financial statements
- Certificates for maintaining statutory records under Companies Act, 2013 and other laws as applicable
- Certification for statutory liabilities
- Certification of Fare Valuation of Shares of Companies for the purpose of mergers and acquisitions or demergers, Buy-back of shares, Allotment and transfer of shares
- Certification for remittances abroad by an Indian resident to foreign entities outside India u/s 195 of the Income Tax Act, 1961
- Net worth Certificates required for Bank finances, furnishing of Bank guarantees and issuance of Visa by Embassies
- Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) required to claim relief under the applicable DTAAs.
- Certification of arm’s length price u/ 92 of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
- Utilization certificates of various grants being discharge by Govt. of India to NGO’s, Statutory Bodies, Autonomous Bodies, and charitable organizations.
- Certificates for claiming various deductions & exemption under various rules & regulation
- Certificates under the Income-Tax laws for various registrations, exemptions, deductions, etc
- Certificates related to Transfer Pricing
- Certification for various matters under GST Law
- Certification under other Indirect Tax Laws
- Certification under Exchange Control legislation for imports, remittances, ECB, DGFT, EOU, etc
- Certification for claiming GST refunds
- Certification for investment in plant and machinery by MSMEs
Our attestation services include compilation, review, and audit of financial statements. We understand that small businesses may not be able to afford an accounting staff, which is why we offer compilation services. We also provide review services for lenders and other outside parties who require limited assurance on the completeness and accuracy of financial statements. Our audit services are used to provide reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements of a company are free from material misstatements.
We offer practical, ethical, and expert access to all certification and attestation services, ensuring that we serve our clients’ best interests while avoiding conflicts of interest and working with responsibility at all times. Our experienced professionals are always ready to assist you in certification and attestation matters. Contact us at [email protected] for hassle-free and efficient services.
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
What is a net worth certificate?
A net worth certificate is a document that shows the net worth of an individual or enterprise. It is certified by a Chartered Accountant (CA) after analyzing the financial records, including the book of accounts, assets, and liabilities. This certificate is commonly required for various purposes, such as visa applications, bank loan applications, franchisee applications, and more.
What is a turnover certificate?
A turnover certificate is a detailed statement that shows the turnover generated by a business entity during a specific period. This certificate is often required by banks for loans and government tenders. It has to be attested by a qualified Chartered Accountant in practice.
What is a CA Certificate for opening a Current Account?
For opening a current account, you need to provide basic documents such as PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voter ID, etc. In the case of proprietorship firms, banks also ask for a CA Certificate to certify the existence of the business concern. This certificate enables the firm to open a Current Account with the bank.
What is a Unique Document Identification Number (UDIN), and for which certificates is it required?
UDIN is an 18-digit system-generated unique number for every document certified or attested by practicing Chartered Accountants. The concept of UDIN was introduced to curb malpractices of certification by non-CA professionals and to enable third parties to check the authenticity of the documents. It is mandatory to obtain a UDIN for all certificates where financial information or related content is certified as true and fair by Chartered Accountants, such as certificates issued by statutory auditors, certificates in Form 15CB, and more.
Is it mandatory to get all certificates attested by a CA?
No, it is not mandatory to get all certificates attested by a Chartered Accountant. Some certificates need to be certified by a CA, while others may be attested by other professionals such as Company Secretaries (CS), Cost Accountants (CMA), etc. The requirement may vary based on the specific certificate and the purpose for which it is being used.