A Disorganized Audit is Costly
Without well organized documents to complete an audit efficiently, your auditor will spend more time on site, racking up costs to your organization and demanding additional hours by your internal staff.
Keep Your Business under SEC Compliance
Addressing technical accounting issues
Establishing filing schedules and dependencies
Preparing the initial draft filing
Coordinating the edit and review processes
Performing quality control checks
Preparing tie-out binders as a key control
Make A Demanding Process Easier and Less Costly.
Your company can spend as much time preparing for an audit as the audit firm does conducting the onsite portion. By having an experienced outsourced accounting team prepare your company for the audit, your team will be able to focus on key daily accounting tasks instead of on preparing for the audit.
Minimize Audit Costs
Keep audit costs at a minimum by having all required documentation organized and prepared in a way that the auditor can quickly and effectively use them.This will limit the auditor’s need to spend more time asking questions and compiling documentation, saving you time and money.
Be Fully Prepared
Knowing exactly what is required by auditors is something that only years of experience can provide. However, company can access the wisdom and best practices of seasoned accounting experts with decades of top level audit expertise allowing companies to have their financial statements in ideal shape for any audit that could arise, at any time.
You deserve more than just BASIC accounting.
Your company must have a foundation of accurate numbers and straightforward advice in order to grow successfully. Get that foundation with help from Weber Christensen + Heinrichs.