Accounting/Bookkeeping Services

A Review Engagement provides limited assurance that there are no material modifications that should be made to a set of financial statements in order for them to be in conformity with a particular basis of accounting. The procedures performed in a review (primarily inquiry and analytical procedures) are substantially less in scope than those performed in an audit.

A Compilation Engagement expresses no assurance about the fairness of a set of financial statements. The CPA merely submits client information in a set of financial statements and is not required to perform any verification procedures.

A Due Diligence Engagement is an investigation of a potential investment and serves to confirm all material facts in regards to the transaction.

A Bookkeeping Engagement is the recording of day-to-day financial transactions via an accounting program, such as Quickbooks, Peachtree, etc.