Our audit and assurance division is our largest service area. Its primary aim is to ascertain the reliability of the clients’ financial statements and render an opinion as to the fairness of the presentation of those statements. Our policy is to do this with the utmost of integrity, objectivity, independence and strictly in accordance with all pertinent professional standards, rules and regulations established by the authoritative bodies.
We believe the public holds us to a standard of trust, which we eagerly accept. While we serve our clients, their interest must be balanced so that we may fulfill the standard that we are held to by the public, investors and other stakeholders. In keeping with the high standard expected of us, we have developed certain unique and supportive measures to assist us in serving our clients. Evidence of this uniqueness is shown in our audit team approach. Members of our engagement team are alternately rotated to guarantee our clients the best audit effort without causing a relearning of their operations. This continuity and a fresh viewpoint are provided by this approach. Further evidence of these supportive measures is our endeavors to perceive opportunities for tax planning and savings for our clients and the development of a management letter which is a by-product of every audit engagement.
We provide the following types of audit services:
Financial statement and integrated audits
For public companies, we provide the integrated audit under PCAOB rules combining financial statement audit with attestation of internal controls over financial reporting and management’s assessment of effectiveness of internal controls over reporting
Governmental entity audits
- General purpose financial statements
- Uniform Guidance single audits
- DHUD audits
- SOC 1 Reporting (Service Organization Control Reporting)
Employee benefits plan audits
- Limited scope audits of qualified plans
- Full scope audits of qualified plans
- Required 11-K filings on plans of public companies with SEC