Crowe takes Citizens Advice audit after pensions spat
Disagreement over pensions accounting sees Baker tilly step down as Citizens Advice auditor
NEW AUDITORS have been appointed at Citizens Advice following a disagreement over its accounting with incumbent Baker Tilly.
Crowe Clark Whitehill has stepped into the audit role, replacing Baker Tilly after four years, reports CivilSociety.co.uk.
Citizens Advice’s accounts had been qualified by Baker Tilly for four years, over the charity failing to include its £12m pensions liability on its balance sheet.