Financial Statement Audits
Our core job as auditors is to provide reasonable assurance that the financial statements are presented fairly, in all material respects, in accordance with GAAP. This involves planning to audit to determine the amount, timing, and extent of audit procedures, and determining that we have sufficient evidence to support our opinion. What makes our audit approach unique is our perspective, service, and quality.
We seek to better the organizations we serve through our long term professional relationship and our audit process. We gain an up close knowledge of your organization, and add value through insights into your financial results and identifying areas for improvement in your operations and controls.

Our size allows us to provide highly personalized, responsive service. We don't just apply an audit template to your organization. We listen to your concerns and find answers to your questions. We assemble audit teams that have ongoing knowledge of your organization in order to provide long term, high quality service.

We focus on industries we know as part of our commitment to quality. By focusing on privately held businesses, non-profits, and employee benefit plans, we are able to go deeper into technical questions and resolve your issues.
ERISA Audits
We devote a significant portion of our practice to this highly technical audit service.  As a member of the American Institute of CPAs Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, we are committed to adhering to the highest quality standards by voluntarily agreeing to the Center membership requirements, which include implementing best practices for performing quality audits. Our team focuses on providing audits of health and welfare and 401(k) plans subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) under the regulatory authority of the Department of Labor.
Our objective in a Review is to provide limited assurance that there are no material modification that should be made to the financial statements. This is a lower level of assurance than an audit, and relies primarily on inquiry and analytical procedures.
Agreed-upon procedures
Do you have an account balance you are unsure how to reconcile? A control that you're not sure is working properly? Multiple companies that need to be consolidated? This service allows you to ask your questions, and we consult with you to develop procedures to address your specific assurance needs.