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We carry out the test in a few clear steps, without back and forth. We consistently apply the Swiss auditing standards.
Compared to the traditional auditing, where you get extra costs and working hours, you will get in our website a clear estimate!
As a licensed audit expert of the audit supervisory authority (RAB), blueAUDIT is allowed to conduct complex audits. The quality requirements are therefore higher.
We are pioneers in the use of automated testing tools! This enables us to carry out work lightning fast and comprehensively with fewer queries.
The quality of our work is checked by an external inspection according to the Swiss quality assurance system (QS1).
In blueAUDIT only approved CPAs are performing the complete audit work, something that is not common in the audit industry. That means less requests, more quality and expertise for you!
You fill out the inquiry form (without obligation)
We will contact you by phone. You will receive a list with the required documents by email.
We carry out the test within 2 days. You will be contacted if necessary.
The report is delivered electronically and by post.
Contributions in kind and acquisitions in kind must be capable of being accounted for or capitalized. The assets must accordingly have an economic value. In addition, an asset must be transferable so that the company has power of disposal over the contribution in kind.
An asset must be available immediately after its entry in the commercial register. The criterion serves as security that the share capital is really paid up.
The takeover of property and property acquisition serve as a liability sub-start for the creditors. As such, they must be usable. The following values can be used and are accordingly suitable for a contribution in kind and takeover of goods:
No values can be entered as contributions in kind or as acquisitions in kind that do not meet the requirements above. The following examples can be given:
In contrast to cash payment, there is a valuation risk when payment is made in kind. In order to protect creditors, a formation report must be prepared in the case of acquisitions in kind and in the case of offsetting liberalisation.
The type, condition and value of the material assets must be described there. The report is prepared by the founders and finally audited by a state-approved auditor.
The auditor checks the completeness, accuracy and clarity as well as the appropriateness of the assessment of the formation report.
The following conditions must be met for recognition:
A contribution in kind agreement must be in writing. In the case of real estate, the contribution in kind contract must be officially notarised.
After registration in the commercial register, the company must be able to dispose of the contributions in kind immediately.
A formation report is available, as well as the audit confirmation of the report by an approved auditor.