Functional financial statements and financial information is the backbone of every business – well, at least it is what people outside of your business rely upon. From current or prospective lenders, insurance providers, and the tax authorities, outsiders will look to your financial statements as part of their due diligence.
Typically, Compilations, of your financial information, are what most third parties look for. Financial Information is the compilation of records of the company presented in a systematic way.
Audits or Reviews of Financial Statements are a more comprehensive presentation of the books and records of the company, with detailed notes accompanying the financial statements. These are used when the third party requires some level of assurance that the numbers are free from material misstatements.
Our skilled accountants and auditors can help you decide which type of engagement you need and provide instruction on their differences if your third party has not specifically requested the type of statements required.
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