Accounting Services

Accounting Services

Financial Statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Revenue and expenses recognition
  • Monthly closing process
  • Accurate monthly financial statements

Financial statements conforming to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) is a necessity and is important for companies with bank loans and line-of-credits, venture capital or other external sources of funding, and for companies anticipating a sale or merger within the next few years.

 Accounts receivable management
  • Establish best practices
  • Get paid faster
  • Less bad debt

We measure current collections performance, identify deficiencies hurting cash flow and increasing bad debt and then implement proven best practices throughout the A/R management process.

Custom reporting
  • Know your key metrics
  • Balanced Scorecards and Dashboards
  • Better business decisions[/custom_list]

Enhanced reporting tracks additional performance metrics. We are experienced at developing Balanced Scorecards and other dashboard-type reports that provide clients with Key Point Indicators that provide further insight into the performance of their business that goes beyond basic financial statement reporting.

Reviews, Compilations and Financial Statements Prepared for Management Only

Reviews provide limited assurance to outside interests and involve inquiries and analytical procedures that confirm financial statement matters and identify any items requiring further analysis. We perform reviews to ensure the integrity of your data.

Compilations are usually requested for internal purposes and are based upon information provided by a company’s management. They do not offer assurance but may involve some adjustment to accounting records.

  • Compilation – Lowest Level of Assurance
    In compiling financial statements for a client, we read the financial statements for material misstatements that are evident as a result of our knowledge of your business and the industry in which you operate.
  • Review – Limited Assurance
    Less extensive than an audit, but more involved than a compilation, a review engagement consists primarily of analytical procedures we apply to the financial statements, and various inquiries we make of your company’s management team. If the financial statements or supporting information appear inconsistent or otherwise questionable, we may need to perform additional procedures. Reviewed financial statements include certain footnotes and other disclosures about your Company’s financial statements to help the reader better understand them.
  • Financial Statements Prepared for management purposes only, not for distribution or consideration for credit purposes
    The information contained in these management reports may or may not contain all the normal accruals and adjustments that are necessary for the “standards of reporting” mandated by the compilation, review and audit procedures. Invariably, they do not include disclosures and footnotes, primarily because such disclosures serve no useful purpose in the circumstances for the client. The report may or may not contain a formal statement of changes, although the CPA will discuss at length, with the client, the usual question, “If I made a profit, where is it?”

 

IRS Representation

Entity Selection and Restructuring

Cash Flow and Budgeting Analysis

Financial Projections and Forecasts

Financial planning is enabled by creating pro forma income statements and balance sheets. Since different income statement and balance sheet items grow at different rates we view the variables such as future debt financing, equity issues or dividend payout rates which allow us to analyze the best course of action.