Audit & Review
We provide audit and review (attest) opinions on a variety of financial statements including reporting on income tax, generally accepted accounting principles, governmental basis, non-profit standards, cash basis and supplemental information.
As Certified Public Accountants, our opinions are recognized and accepted by third parties such as regulatory agencies, banks and bonding providers. We will meet with you and a third party to determine reporting that will provide you with the best benefit for your needs.
Tax Service & Tax Planning
Whether you own a small business that requires comprehensive business accounting services or the financial representative of a corporation that needs an annual summary, we provide customized options to help meet your specific needs.
We compile transactions from bank statements and/or other documents as well as prepare financial statements and other management reports.
We can provide simple cash basis reporting or do the more complex accrual multi-location, multi-department complete with budget comparison reports.
Structure the best system for you to meet your payroll processing needs. We can maintain earnings records and process payroll reports including all forms and consulting regarding requirements.
Audit & Review
Audit Review means the audit and assessment of an information system to evaluate the adequacy of implemented security controls, assure that they are functioning properly, identify vulnerabilities and methods for mitigating them and assist in implementation of new security controls where required. These reviews are conducted periodically but at least annually.
In Audit, the financial statements that provide the user with the auditor’s opinion that the financial statements, are presented fairly, in all material respects, in conformity with the applicable financial reporting framework.
In Review, the financial statements provide the user with comfort that, based on the accountant’s review, the accountant is not aware of any material modifications that should be made to the financial statements for the statements to be in conformity with the applicable financial reporting framework.