Audit of EU projects

RSM Croatia provides COST VERIFICATION services for many years, which include:

 - AUDITS OF EU PROJECTS - audits of operations and system audits,

 - Cost verification for a rebate of 25% on qualifying Croatian spending based on Croatian Incentive Programme (Law on Audiovisual Activities (Official Gazette 61/18) and the Rules and Regulations (Official Gazette 70/19))

 

Over 170 audits of projects, of which we highlight:

  • Transnational Cooperation Program for Southeast Europe
  • Cross-border cooperation program between Croatia and Hungary
  • Danube Transnational Cooperation Program
  • Cooperation with the Agency for the Audit of the European Union Program Implementation System (ARPA)
  • Pre-accreditation audit of the technical capacity of the Agency for Payments in Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development for the use of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD)
  • Audits under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014 and the Financial Mechanism of the Kingdom of Norway 2009-2014

RSM's team in charge of cost verification services, which include the most significant audits of EU projects, consists of experienced experts who participated in various engagements of second-level project controls in international projects and national programs, gaining additional experience and knowledge on project implementation.

 

Contact Partners:

Valentina Markioli, Partner ([email protected] )

Martina Jaranović, Partner ([email protected] )

 

EU PROJECT AUDIT is a process of verifying the costs generated in grant-funded projects, and includes procedures for determining whether:

• TARGETED funds spent,

• confirmation that the expenditure has been PAID WITHIN THE ELIGIBLE DEADLINE,

• to refer to ITEMS APPROVED BY THE AGREEMENT,

• that the CONDITIONS of the AGREEMENT for the individual form of support have been respected and

• that there is APPROPRIATE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION, including BOOKKEEPING records

 

 

The audit report must contain at least:

 - a guarantee that the expenditure has been paid within the eligibility period

 - that the expenditure relates to items approved by the grant agreement

 - that the contractual provisions have been complied with

 - that the above can be confirmed by appropriate documentation and an accounting system for recording data.

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