Unique to many small firms, we offer a full range of attestation services.
An audit offers the highest level of assurance to third parties. The objective of an audit is the expression of an opinion on the fair presentation, in all material respects, on the financial statements of an entity by performing an in-depth examination of the underlying books and records.
Reviews provide limited assurance to outside interests and involve inquiries and analytical procedures that confirm financial statement matters and identify any items requiring further analysis. Reviews can be a cost effective way to satisfy third-party requirements.
Compilations are based upon information provided by a company’s management and provide no assurance on the fair presentation of the financial statements. Many third-party requirements can be met with compiled financial statements.
Agreed upon procedures uses procedures similar to an audit, but on a limited scale. It can be used to identify specific problems that require immediate action.