R&A CPAs leverages the information gathered during the assurance process to provide recommendations that will ultimately help clients mitigate risk and discover further opportunities for growth. Our methods are based on thorough research and clear communication. The R&A team works together with boards of directors, executives, controllers, inventory managers, and others to provide best-in-class accounting, financial reporting, and business consulting.
Audits are often requested by banks, investors and government entities—asking an auditor to provide an independent opinion on the accuracy of your annual financial report and the adequacy of your internal controls. These reoccurring requirements enable us to build long-standing relationships with our clients. By spending the time necessary to understand each business, we can provide recommendations for internal control improvements and business solutions year after year.
Entities that receive federal funding of more than $750,000 may be subject to an audit under Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance Subpart F. These Single Audits are formerly known as A-133 Audits. Single Audits assure lenders, regulatory entities, and other stakeholders that an organization is appropriately managing and using the federal funds it has received.
Compilations & Reviews
There are times when an audit isn’t necessary, but an organization still needs an independent accountant to report on financial statements. Our CPAs can provide two other levels of service for unaudited financial statements– compilations and reviews. Generally, reviews and compilations include full disclosure of relevant notes to the financial statements. However, when appropriate, R&A can prepare a compilation that omits substantially all disclosures, further streamlining the work involved. All reviews and compilations are conducted in accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARS).