OP, what kind of company did you opened in the first place? And why shut it down so soon after?
The audit fee is fairly reasonable. Imagine how many audits each firm has to do every year when it is compulsory for HK companies. Imagine then why they would spend some of their time working on your company for basically nothing when they are not short of business. It's not worth their time.
The Profits tax return will be dead easy however and you should be able to do it yourself. If you havent even completed a full year of business i do not think there is a requirement to have the Company audited?
The De-registration process can take up to 6 months once it has been approved by the IRD and CR. So you may have to get the annual returns filed. I think you can probably get away with submitting management accounts to IRD when requesting the notice of no objection given that there has only been a few months activity.
Edit - As an after thought you might be able to sell this company if it has a bank account and only one transaction which would make all of the above fairly mute. It's a fairly clean company already. Sure any buyer will still need to KYC with the bank but it will be a much more attractive propostion if the account is already open as it will speed things up.
Thanks for the inputs, how to proceed for selling a company ?
i should specify that i'm abroad and can't come to HK.
If you don't know whether you need to do audit, you can submit the 'Notice of No Objection to a Company Being Deregistered' to IRD first and see what outstanding documents they require.