We pair deep industry knowledge with our audit experience to provide you with relevant insight throughout your financial statement audit.

Our auditors use a four-phase approach for all audits to help ensure high quality results:

  1. Listen and define engagement objectives
  2. Understand your business and develop audit plan
  3. Perform audit
  4. Deliver audit report and provide insight

Sophisticated tools are used to identify exceptions and perform high-end analytics. These tests form the basis for our financial statement opinions and help us provide you with relevant insight and advice.

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When a financial statement audit is not the right fit, our professionals can provide quality compilations of financial statements, limited assurance reviews of financial statements, or agreed-upon procedures to meet your needs.

New Revenue Recognition Accounting Standard

New Revenue Recognition Accounting Standard

ASC 606 Revenue from Contracts with Customers (ASU 2014-09) is far reaching. Nearly every organization must address the way it sells products and services and establishes contracts with customers.

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Our Take

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“In addition to performing audits, we proactively talk with clients about proposed and final accounting rules to help them understand what the changes will mean to their own organizations.”

— Jere G. Shawver Managing Partner—Assurance and Risk, CPA