Worried that your books are not reflecting the correct amount and statement? Your books are not reconciled and you don’t know how to fix it? Worry no more because making your books in tip-top shape is our priority.
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Audit is about much more than numbers. Those numbers tell a story of accomplishment and aspirations. Audit shows where you stand and helps inform your next steps. We provide the assurance that future visions are built on strong foundations, that they’re informed by relevant insights and guided by sound decisions.
We view our role in the financial reporting process as an opportunity to provide constructive solutions for maximizing your company's profitability and efficiently. Hence, auditors are responsible for:
- Ensures compliance with established internal control procedure by examining records, reports, operating practices and documentations
- Verifies assets and liabilities by comparing items to documentation
- Completes audit workpapers by documenting audit tests and findings
- Appraises adequacy of internal control systems by completing audit questionnaires
- Maintains internal control systems by updating audit programs and questionnaires: recommending new policies and procedures
- Communicates audit findingsby preparing a final report: discussing findings with auditeesby preparing a final report: discussing findings with auditees
- Complies with federal, state, and local security legal requirements by studying existing and new security legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions
- Prepares special audit and control reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing operating information and trends
- Collating, checking and analyzing spreadsheet data
- Examining company's accounts and financial control systems
- Gauging levels of financial risk within organization
- Checking that financial reports and records are accurate and reliable
- Ensuring that assets are safeguarded
- Identifying if and where processes are not working as they should and advising on changes to be made
- Makes 3-month period reconciliations
- Makes and recommends adjusting entries for the errors identified.
- Recommends moving forward processes.