WE OBTAIN AN UNDERSTANDING OF YOUR COMPANY’S INTERNAL CONTROLS AND ITS ENVIRONMENT TO ACCURATELY PROCESS YOUR AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Whether you need audited financial statements to add credibility to the performance of your business and its reported financial position, or you need it for lending or other business purposes, our Orlando based CPA’s will provide a comprehensive and honest audit to meet your needs. Our audits accurately attest to the fairness of the financial statement preparations along with disclosures. We pride ourselves in the fact that our audit philosophy is based on integrity, objectivity, independence, and strict adherence to all professional standards, regulations, and laws. Our audited financial statements provide you with our honest and sophisticated opinion on whether or not your financial statements and operational results are presented fairly, in all material respects.
CPA’S ARE NOT ALL THE SAME
Be wary of CPA’s promising absolute assurance; in most cases this is impossible due to the inherent restrictions of audits. With us, you can be reasonably assured that our audits will help increase the value and credibility of the financial statements which will in turn increase user confidence and reduce investor risk. It can help you avoid unnecessary time and cost in the performance of the audit that may offset any value that may be derived from enhanced assurance. Ultimately our industry knowledge can improve your organization’s operations, increase efficiency, and eventually increase your bottom line.
HOW YOUR AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ARE HANDLED
Plan and assess your potential fraud risk
Design further audit procedures responsive to any assessed risks we may uncover
Corroborate the amounts and disclosures that your company has presented in the financial statements
Perform testing of internal controls
Produce other substantive testing procedures such as reviewing cash, accounts receivable, inventory, fixed assets, accounts payable, accrued expenses, prepaid expenses, shareholder loans, debt, revenue, and expenses.
Produce a written report to provide assurance.
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