Accuracy & Clarity Where It Really Counts
Our accounting and assurance practice is at the very core of our business. Clients rely on our expertise in this arena to ensure that their financial statements accurately represent the company, and that lenders, investors, boards and grantors can use these statements with confidence. Our clients also turn to us for a number of related services that impact the financial health of their organizations.
In performing all of these services, our goal is to ask the right questions, be efficient, and help our clients get a clear picture of where the company stands so they can plan for a successful future.
Audits, Reviews & Compilations. We offer three levels of assurance, depending on client needs. Financial statement audits provide the highest degree of assurance and include our opinion of the company’s position and results of operations. When a lower degree of assurance is desired, a review engagement provides limited assurance, and a compilation includes assistance drafting financial statements in accordance with standards, though no assurance is provided.
Fraud Prevention & Forensic Accounting. Clients call on us to help them prevent fraud in their organizations and get to the root of fraud if it occurs.
Agreed-Upon Procedures. We carefully examine specific areas of client concern and document the procedures in question. We then provide feedback and suggestions for improvement.
Internal Controls Review. Good internal controls are key to fraud prevention. We review financial procedures, identify deficiencies and recommend changes when warranted.
Financial Monitoring. Some clients feel more comfortable with regular professional accounting oversight. This service involves a thorough review of monthly statements.
Retirement Plan Audits. We are highly experienced in this very specialized auditing arena and are voluntary members of the AICPA’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center.
Profitability Analysis & Forecasting. We undertake product costing and margin studies and develop forecasting models to help clients compare their current performance to established standards and predict future outcomes.
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