Common reasons for rejection

Common reasons

Some of the most common reasons for an applications being rejected include:


  • -   Too many sets of accounts based on a standard template.  This can mean  inappropriate notes from one client being transferred to another
  • -   Non incorporated entity making reference to the Companies Act
  • -   IE report not making reference to qualification of the Examiner when income > £250,000
  • -   Carrying out work when not qualified to do so
  • -   References in accounts and IE reports to old legislation – wrong SORP; wrong Charities Act; wrong Companies Act
  • -   Accounts sent in with no TAR- which makes it difficult to assess accounts.
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