Providing timely and reliable financial services
tailored specifically to the needs of the client.


Audit and Attestation Services
This service results in the issuance of an independent opinion on an organization’s compliance with requirements of specified laws, regulations, rules, contracts, or grants. Our approach evaluates business risks specific to your industry and assesses the impact that they could have on your financial statements.  The benefits include satisfaction of external reporting requirements as well as valuable feedback regarding the effectiveness of your internal control environment.

Single Audits
In addition to the normal audit services, a single audit provides an opinion on an organization’s compliance with the requirements described in the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance Compliance Supplement that are applicable to its major federal programs. A single audit also reports on internal control over compliance with requirements of laws, regulations, contracts, and grants applicable to federal programs.  A single audit achieves the requirements of the government regulatory and federal granting agencies simultaneously to provide your organization with an efficient audit process.

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2014 Peer Review Report

We provide consulting and assistance with the recording, valuing or summarizing of accounting balances and transactions for presentation in the financial statements. Some examples include assisting with accounting estimates, accruals, and closing journal entries.  We can also aid in the preparation of audit schedules, financial statements and footnotes to the financial statements to ensure that your audit process is as efficient as possible.  Our assistance helps to supplement the existing accounting experience of your staff and provide a flexible alternative to hiring additional staff.

Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Payroll Services
Accounting services include complete bookkeeping and payroll services for small to medium-sized organizations. Services such as data entry, adjusting journal entries, bank statement and balance sheet reconciliations can be performed on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.  These services can be integrated with your current accounting staff at the level that best meets the need of your company.

Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements
These engagements consist of the firm issuing a report over the results of specific procedures which are agreed upon by the firm and your company’s management or a third party.  The scope of the procedures can vary widely based on the objectives of the procedures.  By narrowing the focus of the engagement your company can reduce the cost of a full scope audit and obtain information directed to your specific needs.  

Financial Statement Compilations
A compilation presents information that is the representation of an organization’s financial activity in the form of financial statements without expressing assurance that the financial statements are free of material misstatement. Management may elect to have full financial statements prepared, or the financial statements may be prepared with the disclosures omitted. The financial statements can be prepared on the accrual basis of accounting or another comprehensive basis of accounting as determined by management.  A compilation is the least expensive financial statement reporting service which can be performed to satisfy external reporting requirements.


A review is an engagement where an accountant primarily performs analytical procedures and inquiries of the organization’s management in order to expresses “limited assurance” about financial statements, rather than an opinion. A review is beneficial because it can still satisfy external reporting requirements of certain organizations, while providing limited assurance and saving the organization resources.

Internal Audits

These engagements consist of performing procedures which focus on the design, implementation and effectiveness of your internal control environment.  The internal audit procedures will allow the company to assess and monitor the internal control procedures on an ongoing basis.  These procedures can be done on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis as your organization determines.  The benefits of internal audits include the flexibility of determining which areas are the highest risk, indentifying areas which can benefit from operational efficiencies, and the comfort of knowing that you have effective controls in place over your assets.