ASSURANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICES
Audit and Attestation Services for Various Industries
Financial Statement Audit – The audit report is the highest level of independent CPA services available. We verify by sight, discussions with management, and by assessment of internal controls and procedures that a company’s financial reporting is presented fairly in all material respects with the financial reporting framework. We document any changes in financial accounting methods. Our finished product is in full compliance with the American Institute of CPA’s auditing standards and other governing and regulatory agencies.
Financial Statement Reviews – The review is a mid-level service that provides independent evaluation and assurance without the full cost and extent of an audit. In it, we document our assessment of a company’s financial books and records, based on analytical tests and procedures as well as certain calculations of financial tests and ratios. While the details are not as extensive as a full audit, the review gives limited assurance that a company’s financial statements require no material modifications to be in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Financial Statement Compilations – The compilation is the lowest level of attestation services a CPA can provide. To accomplish this service, we compile the books and records of a company but we do not perform any assessment of procedures, nor is there any verification of the reported details. It is simply a full report of the company as it is presented by the company’s management. No opinion is expressed about the accuracy of the underlying financial information.
Contact us to see how we can assist you with:
Risk and Financial Advisory
- Forensic, litigation support and valuation services
- Internal control reviews
- Risk advisory
- Financial and accounting resources
- Agreed-upon procedures engagements
- Reports on internal control
- Attestation services
- Process and procedures review
- Performance measurement including benchmarking
- Implementation of new accounting standards
- Forecasts and projections