Building the strongest foundation possible for your finances
Our team of audit advisors guide you through the process and work closely with your management team, leveraging all information to increase your efficiency and financial stability.
An audit of your financial statements includes our team getting an in-depth understanding of your organization and the environment in which you operate. Our standards require this, and it includes fluency in your core operations and key metrics as well as the flow of financial information and the controls around that flow.
This deep-dive investigation also requires us to know the industry in which you operate, along with economic and statutory issues within your geographic areas—local, national, and international. With this understanding, we then use a risk-based approach with audit procedures focused on those areas of highest risk.
Once we complete the audit, we give the public assurance that your financial statements are fairly stated, and offer specific recommendations focused on your goals and priorities.
We invest in technology so our auditors can work efficiently and effectively with your team, whether they are on-site or remotely connected. Through video conferencing and secure filing sharing technology, our team is able to maintain productivity, cooperation, and communication, reinforcing your confidence and trust as we guide you on the path forward.
A behind-the-numbers view of best practices and holistic thinking.
From quality control to quality management: New AICPA quality standards are here—is your firm ready?
If your accounting firm issues reports on financial statements, you likely know the AICPA issued new standards on quality management last year. Although the standards aren’t effective until late 2025, it’s imperative to start implementing them now.
Non-cash donations to a nonprofit organization are called in-kind contributions, and they come with their own set of requirements—that apply to both the nonprofit and its donors.