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Audit and Assurance Services

Our team of Audit Professionals begin every engagement with the unique needs of our clients in mind and deliver quality and exceptional service.

The quality of our audit starts with our people, that are highly trained with extensive experience. We constantly seek to utilize and develop technology which enable us to deliver an audit service that is efficient, effective and with value for our clients.

Because an audit is not just about financial, we engage experts to address complex issues that may arise and use auditing tools and the professional skill of audit team to ensure we deliver a quality audit service.

We are committed to delivering a world class audit service to, private companies, family owned businesses as well as companies poised for an IPO.

Types of Attest Engagements We Perform


Why Performed: Most often, an audit is performed because outside third parties (such as banks, creditors and outside investors) require an auditor’s opinion on financial statements. The objective of an audit is to express an opinion about whether the financial statements are fairly presented, in all material respects, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) or some other financial reporting framework.


Why Performed: The objective of a review is to obtain limited assurance that there are no material modifications that should be made to the financial statements. A review is typically performed because outside third parties or investors are looking for some comfort that the financial statements are not materially misstated, but do not require audited statements.


Why Performed: A compilation is typically performed when a higher level of service on the financial statements is not required by outside parties or others.

Agreed-Upon Procedures

If your organization has a reporting need outside the scope of an audit, review or compilation, an agreed-upon procedures (AUP) engagement may be an effective alternative.

Why Performed: An AUP engagement is typically performed when the specified parties can agree upon the procedures needed to meet their needs, and those parties do not require the expression of an opinion or any other form of assurance on the subject matter or financial statements. Examples might include procedures to test the existence or quality of loan collateral, due diligence procedures for a potential acquisition or calculation of return statistics on an investment

Sectors Specialization

Auto Dealers, Service and Repairs
Consumer Retailers
Oil & Gas Dealers and distributors
Trucking and Other Transportation
Financial Service, Mortgage and Lending
Real Estate, Brokers and Agents
Investment, Securities Broker Dealers and Advisors
Private Equity, Funds and Trusts
Information Technology
Health Care

Contact Us

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