Audit and assurance services relating to historical financial data have long been viewed as the backbone of the CPA’s profession. Financial statement users are constantly demanding greater reliability of financial statements. At BFBA, we recognize that successfully performing an audit, review, or compilation is much more than issuing an opinion on your financial statements. While transparent, well-presented financial statements are a necessity to succeed in today’s business environment, we understand that a successful audit must be tailored to each client’s specific system of internal controls and accounting processes and procedures.
We provide traditional assurances services, including:
Financial and compliance audits
Financial statements compilations and reviews
Internal control evaluations
BFBA offers a variety of services that go beyond the numbers. We help you assess and ensure the quality of information you use to make critical decisions, formulate solutions to your business problems, and evaluate your company’s financial performance. We focus on understanding the unique needs of our clients and subtle nuances of their industry which allow us to go Beyond Accounting.
Our assurance services include:
BFBA has worked with hundreds of companies in providing meaningful insight with agreed-upon procedures and we can help you determine what procedures are the best fit for your company’s needs.
We approach the audit a little differently. We recognize that successfully performing an audit goes far beyond simply issuing an opinion on your financial statements. While every audit is slightly different, they should all have one thing in common: value.
From income and cash flow projections to more complex financial modeling, BFBA can help you create a vision of your future.
At BFBA, we are committed to achieving the highest quality audit possible. We understand the complexity of performing employee benefit plan audits and that’s why we have a dedicated team of auditors that possess the specialized knowledge and experience to help ensure compliance with the appropriate standards and changes in regulations that may impact your company’s employee benefit plan audit.
When it comes to CPA-issued financial statements, it’s important to know what levels of assurance are available for your company.