Financial Statement Audits
Stockholders, creditors, and private investors often need assurance that the financial statements accurately represent the true financial position of a company. An audit provides the highest level of assurance available on financial statements.
An audit provides you with financial statements comply with bank covenants, provide to investors and stakeholders with independently reviewed information, and help deter and detect material errors and fraud.
401(k) and ESOP Audits
The Department of Labor requires that an independent public accountant audit certain retirement plans, generally those plans with over 100 eligible participants. Our experience in auditing these types of plans over various industries helps you to ensure that you are in compliance with these very strict laws.
Audit of Internal Controls
The internal controls of your company are those processes and procedures that are designed and put into place to effectively operate your business and achieve your goals.
The audit of internal controls evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of controls encompassing the company’s governance, operations and information systems. It is important to audit the controls that serve as a defense in safeguarding assets and in preventing and detecting errors; fraud; violations of laws, regulations, and provisions of contracts and grant agreements; or abuse.
SSAE 16 Audits ( formerly SAS 70)
A SSAE 16 audit is a report attesting to the proper processing of transactions by service organizations providing outsourcing services. It is an extremely thorough and provides authoritative guidance to its users. They are typically used for retirement plan administrators and other organizations in control of client data.
An independent certified public accountant or firm can only perform a SSAE 16 audit. CPA firms that perform SSAE 16 audits must adhere to specific professional standards. Our firm has many years of experience in these audits and is fully qualified to perform your SSAE 16 audit.