We provide audit services to not for profit and private companies of all sizes in a variety of industries. Our audit services professionals provide independent verification of accounting information to bring credibility to financial reporting. Businesses use our services to make more informed decisions, while reducing business risks associated with incorrect and incomplete information. Our firm can also provide advisory services to help implement complex areas of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), as well as other accounting information issues that occur throughout the life of your business.
Reviews and Compilations
Reviews provide limited assurance that there are no material modifications that should be made to the financial statements for them to conform with the financial reporting framework. The analytical procedures in this type of report provide better understanding of key relationships about certain figures. This understanding provides better assurance that the financial condition presented in the statements is reasonable.
Compilation reports are beneficial for understanding the current financial state of your business without the need for an audit or review. These reports allow companies without an accountant to have financial statements prepared at a lower cost than reviewed or audited financial statements but the CPA does not undertake the ability to provide assurance that there are no material modifications that need to be made to the financial statements.Closely held businesses have assurance needs that often don’t require an audit. Compilations and reviews are alternatives to audit engagements, designed specifically for smaller businesses. The purpose of these alternatives is to enhance the credibility and reliability of a company’s financial statements for external reporting.
We provide conclusions that confirm the reliability of written information requested of you, or used by third parties. In these engagements, we provide independent verification of information, other than financial statements, by examining, reviewing or applying agreed-
An agreed‐upon procedures engagement is one in which the client engages us to perform specific procedures and report findings. We do not perform an audit or provide an opinion relating to the subject matter, or make any assertions about the subject matter.
We perform agreed‐upon procedures engagements in accordance with the standards issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).