Quality service starts with individuals who have a clear understanding of their profession and an in-depth understanding of your business. We believe that every client deserves undivided attention, providing know-how to assist and guide you to achieve your goals.

We also provide services that require independence from the client and prepare or assist in preparing financial statements for management use and/ or third party users.

Consulting services are available based on your needs.

 

 

 

 

CFO & Controller Services

We work with for-profits and non-profits to perform the following services that include:

  • WritingPerform month-end closing procedures and internal preparation of monthly financial statements,
  • Serve as interim CFO or Controller for organizations in transition,
  • Serve as organizations’ CPA and accounting staff and perform their accounting duties,
  • Financial analysis
  • Cash flow management
  • Communication of financial results to owners and management
  • Facilitation and monitoring of cash receipts and disbursements
  • General ledger cleanup
  • Cash flow budgeting and forecasting
  • Operating budget preparation
  • Capital budget preparation
  • Design of accounting policies and procedures
  • Accounting system transition
  • Staff training
  • Reporting requirements with financial institutions (bank covenants)
  • Design and work to obtain proper financing (line of credit; notes payable)
  • Communication of key performance indicators and trends
  • Evaluation of equity transactions and owner equity protection

 

Attest Services

Attest Services requiring client independence:

Review Services – CPA issues a report in which he or she expresses an opinion or a conclusion on the financial statements so that a user can make informed decisions.

  • In a review of financial statements, the CPA seeks to obtain limited assurance as a basis for reporting whether the CPA is aware of any material modifications that should be made to the financial statements in order for them to be presented in accordance with an applicable financial reporting framework.     A review is substantially less in scope than an audit, and often is performed for privately held companies that are required to provide financial statements to outside parties such as banks, creditors, or potential purchasers. Reviews of financial statements are conducted in accordance with the the AICPA Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARSs), except for reviews of certain interim financial information that are conducted in accordance with the AICPA Statements on Auditing Standards (SASs). Reviews of subject matter other than historical financial statements are performed in accordance with the AICPA Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAEs).

 

Agreed Upon Procedures – In non-assurance services, CPAs issue reports that do not express an opinion or conclusion on the subject matter (for example, financial statements).

  • An agreed-upon procedures engagement is one in which a CPA is engaged by a client to issue a report of findings based on procedures agreed upon between the CPA and specified parties at the outset. In an agreed-upon procedures engagement, the CPA issues a report, but does not express an opinion or a conclusion on the subject matter.

 

Compilation Services – Attest service in which the CPA does not express any assurance on the subject matter.

  • When a CPA undertakes this type of service, the CPA applies accounting and financial reporting expertise to assist his or her client in the presentation of financial information, but the CPA does not seek to obtain or provide any assurance that there are no material modifications that should be made to the financial statements. Additionally, the CPA is required to determine if he or she is independent of the client, and the CPA will include this determination in a report issued in accordance with the AICPA Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARSs).

 

 

 

Nonattest Services

Preparation Services – In a preparation service, a CPA uses his or her knowledge of the client business to prepare financial statements in accordance with the AICPA Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARSs). Those standards do not require the CPA to determine if he or she is independent of the client, nor is the CPA required to issue a report on his or her services.

Consulting

Consulting – If there is an accounting service not listed in the list of services and there is a need for someone trustworthy and thorough to perform this service, contact us.

  • Audit Preparation – If your organization has an audit requirement, and you need audit assistance with account reconciliations, explanations, analyses, contact us.

 

  • Financial Projects – If your organization needs cost analyses, account reconciliations, contact us.

 

  • Chart of Accounts – If your organization needs advice on chart of account setup, contact us.

 

  • Accounting System Transition – If your organization is transitioning accounting systems, contact us.