Avskaffande av revisionsplikten i småföretag- Hur påverkas berörda fåmansföretag?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för hållbar samhälls- och teknikutveckling; Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för hållbar samhälls- och teknikutveckling


The main issue: On the basis of the authors problem discussion has following questions came along: how will the closed companies be affected by a abolishing of demand on auditing? How could the abolishing of demand on auditing in Denmark and England relate to Swedish possible abolishing of auditing?

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine and describe how closed companies stand to abolishing of demand on auditing and which affects they think they will get.

Method: The authors have chosen to use a qualitative method. With open questions can give space for discussions, which can give the authors better understanding. The empirical material consists of eight different closed companies. The subordinate data were collected before the interview occasion, this because to develop the interview questions.

Conclusion: The authors has come to a conclusion that larger the closed company is, the more of them will keep audit. There are some concerns that the tax authority will introduce time-consuming controls for those companies who does not have audit. The banks look at the auditing as a good basic data of companies financial possibilities but yet they can see that the credit possibilities from case to case and have to adjust to the market. The economics crime authority means that the economics crimes is the largest among the small companies, and the risk for that is bigger if the demand on auditing is going to abolish. The Economic Crimes will reduce if the companies learned more about auditing, in the same time, those that want to be involved with such crimes will anyway find other solutions.

In the paper it has been comparison with how the abolishing of demand on auditing has been in Denmark and England. There has been certain similarity with Sweden. The most companies in those named countries above, thinks that the cost for audit does not exceed the benefit. In Denmark, who recently has abolished the audit demand for small companies has yet no bigger differences, but a survey has claimed that this could change in a few years. England has had since 1993 an exception from the demand on auditing and it has appeared that most companies still keep the auditing in the firm; they mean it is an advantage for them. The advantage for these companies is that auditing provides a benefit and contributes to good public information for the society, which considers to be auditing target.

Keyword: Abolishing of Demand on auditing and closed companies

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