With a high-quality audit, you'll gain more than a stamp on your books: You'll benefit from critical insight that keeps your business moving forward.
In today’s fast-moving business environment, many users of financial information are demanding greater reliability of both financial and nonfinancial data. As a result, an audit is increasingly more than just an examination of your books. It’s an opportunity to take a global view of your organization—to assess the quality of information you use to make critical decisions, evaluate your company’s overall financial performance, and help you solve complex business challenges.
That’s why our audit approach combines a keen understanding of the competitive business landscape and our experience evaluating the risks you face on a daily basis. The goal? To provide the maximum return on your investment through value-packed management letters that offer in-depth analysis of your financial statements, internal controls, and operational efficiency.
We offer audit services in these key areas:
Lease Accounting Report
New guidelines from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) require lessees to recognize most leases on their balance sheet through a right-of-use (ROU) asset and corresponding lease liability.
This report gives details and examples to help you implement the new guidance, identify leases, distinguish operating leases from finance leases, and more. Download the guide >