All legal entities registered in Thailand are required by law to prepare and keep accounting records, as well as to file an annual audit report. The audit must be conducted by a licensed accountant, and the report must be filed within 150 days after the end of the accounting period. Audited financial statements provide valuable information for both management and third parties, such as creditors and investors. They help to ensure that the financial statements contain no material errors or misstatements and provide an objective assessment of the company’s financial health. As a result, all businesses registered in Thailand should take their accounting and auditing obligations seriously.
At WSR we know that accurate financial statements are not just a mandatory requirement, they are critical to business operations, executives, shareholders, and investors as well.
You can rely on us for quality audits conducted by certified professional accountants.