Audit Services

Financial statements are the primary tools used to communicate the results of your organization. Your stakeholders, such as financial institutions, governing boards, and investors, may require an audited financial statement to communicate these results. The primary objective of each audit is to communicate an opinion on the fair presentation of the financial position and operational reuslts of the client. By identifying the opportunities and risk in your organization, our audit team will assess the most efficient way to audit your organization. Planning the audit using a risk-based approach provides a streamlined, value-added auditing process.

Knowledge and Experience

Topp McWhorter Harvey, PLLC, clients benefit from a senior staff offering many years of knowledge and experience in specific industries, which is leveraged in designing the audit tests reporting.

Committed to the Highest Quality Work

Topp McWhorter Harvey, PLLC, is committed to producing the highest quality work for our clients. To advance our efforts, in this regard, the firm belongs to the Private Companies Practices Section of the Division for CPA firms of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). As a member of this section, we regularly participate in a peer review of our audit practice and system of quality control.

Building Trusted Relationships

For over thirty years, the audit professionals at Topp McWhorter Harvey, PLLC, have been utilizing their technical expertise along with building trusted relationships with clients in order to provide a reliable, high quality audit that meets all regulatory standards. If your stakeholders do not require an audited financial statement, we also prepare reviews and compilations. In addition to audits, review, and compilations, our audit team provides the following attestation engagement services:

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Audit
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Benchmarking Comparisions
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Review
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Compliance Reports for Federal and State Agencies
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Compilation
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Feasibility Studies
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Agreed-Upon Procedures
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Advisory Services Involving Compliance and Regulatory Changes
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Internal Control Reporting
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Due Diligence Procedures Involving Mergers, Acquisitions, and Reorganizations
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Forecasts and Projections
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401K Retirement Plan Audits
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Process and Procedure Review
 


Industries Typically Serve
 
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Governmental Entities
- Municipalities, School Districts, State Agencies, Counties, Colleges/Universities, and Quasi-Governmental Entities
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Non-Profit Entities
- Churches, Hospitals, Private Foundations, Planning and Development Districts
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Construction and Real Estate
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Manufacturing
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Healthcare