Audit + Accounting

FOR BUSINESSES

The buck starts here.

Keeping your business up and running is hard enough already. When you factor in state and federal laws, accounting principles, and auditing regulations—you can’t afford to make mistakes. If your private business or nonprofit organization needs help staying compliant with critical rules and regulations, we’re here for you.

Here’s where we can help:

Financial Statement Audits

Audits can sound scary, but they’re really designed to help you—not hurt you. We’ll get to know your business, analyze the potential risks of your environment, and make sure they don’t have a negative impact on your financial statements. When everything is squared away, we’ll write a report that validates your business’s financial claims in submissions to the IRS (or other entity).

Trust Accounting

Is your business distributing or receiving assets from a trust? There are certain taxes, fees, and reimbursements that must be accounted for—but without a trained eye and a skilled hand, these can be easy to miss. Let’s take a closer look at any properties, statements, invoices, and receipts in your trust to ensure that everything is properly settled.

Compilation & Review Services

Need a second set of eyes on your financial statements? In straightforward situations, we can search, sort, and compile your company’s financial statements for you. This is typically the best service to choose if you need to present your finances to an executive team or a board of directors—or you simply need to see them for yourself—but you don’t need a full-scale examination and analysis.

Chapter 13 Audits & Compliance

Approximately 37.5% of bankruptcies are filed as Chapter 13 cases, which means that a company’s unsecured debts are less than $394,725 and secured debts are less than $1,184,200. To help you file for and comply with Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, we’ll help you track your assets and liabilities, current income and expenditures, executory contracts and unexpired leases, statement of financial affairs, and more.

Yellow Book Audits

The “Yellow Book” refers to the government’s framework for “conducting high-quality audits with competence, integrity, objectivity, and independence.” If your business or organization has received a government award, you may be required to have a Yellow Book Audit. Our team has the skills and experience to conduct an audit that satisfies the highly scrutinous review of the United States government.

Financial Statement Audits

Audits can sound scary, but they’re really designed to help you—not hurt you. We’ll get to know your business, analyze the potential risks of your environment, and make sure they don’t have a negative impact on your financial statements. When everything is squared away, we’ll write a report that validates your business’s financial claims in submissions to the IRS (or other entity).

Trust Accounting

Is your business distributing or receiving assets from a trust? There are certain taxes, fees, and reimbursements that must be accounted for—but without a trained eye and a skilled hand, these can be easy to miss. Let’s take a closer look at any properties, statements, invoices, and receipts in your trust to ensure that everything is properly settled.

Compilation & Review Services

Do you need to present your finances to an executive team or a board of directors? Do you want a good look at your finances, but without a full-scale examination and analysis? As a second set of eyes in straightforward situations, we'll search, sort, and compile your company’s financial statements so you don't have to.

Chapter 13 Audits & Compliance

Approximately 37.5% of bankruptcies are filed as Chapter 13 cases, which means that a company’s unsecured debts are less than $394,725 and secured debts are less than $1,184,200. To help you file for and comply with Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, we’ll help you track your assets and liabilities, current income and expenditures, executory contracts, unexpired leases, statement of financial affairs, and more.

Yellow Book Audits

The “Yellow Book” refers to the government’s framework for “conducting high-quality audits with competence, integrity, objectivity, and independence.” If your business or organization has received a government award, you may be required to have a Yellow Book Audit. Our team has the skills and experience to conduct an audit that satisfies the highly scrutinous review of the United States government.

Need a hand with audits and accounting?

We’ll make sure your business is in good standing with local and federal laws.