Auditing and Attestation
Auditing and attestation services involve the examination of financial statements for both internal and external purposes. Our job is to assist in the presentation of financial statements in manners consistent with your industry, after examining risk factors and environmental circumstances specific to your company. Transparency, internal control, and experience are all factors that help us provide meaningful recommendations within the scope of the particular audit function, whether your needs warrant a full audit, a review, a compilation or an agreed-upon procedure engagement. Our staff participates in continuing education seminars on a regular basis and our firm is subject to peer reviews.
Our audit & attestation teams take the time to get to know you and your organization to acquire a thorough understanding in order to maintain an awareness of your financial and accounting objectives, goals, and needs. While our teams have experience across many industries including retail, homeowners associations, and construction, we specialize in not-for-profit auditing and perform over 130 not-for-profit audits & reviews annually.
Our various auditing & attestation services include, but are not limited to:
- Financial Statement Audits
- Financial Statement Reviews
- Financial Statement Compilations
- Agreed-Upon Procedure Engagements
- Fraud Investigations
- Personal Financial Statements
- Loan Package Assistance
- Review & Development of Internal Control Systems
- Business Valuations
- Due Diligence Reviews for Acquisitions or Sales
- Inventory Counts
HBL CPAs, P.C. is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Peer Review Program and as such, we are required to have a peer review every three years on our accounting and auditing services related to non-SEC statement issuers. This review is conducted by an independent, 3rd-party CPA firm (known as the peer reviewer), which operates under the AICPA guidance and framework.
This peer reviewer assesses our firm’s accounting and auditing practice, quality monitoring, and the various functions within accounting and auditing. Its purpose is to promote the quality control systems within the accounting and auditing space of our firm.
Below please find the PDF version of our Peer Review Report.
For more information on the AICPA Peer Review Program and what it entails, learn more about the System Review from this summary provided by the AICPA here.
Peer Review Reports
2015 HBL CPAs, P.C. Peer Review