Get a Clear Picture of Your Organization’s Finances
You need accurate, meaningful financial statements, but producing these is often easier said than done. Whether it’s responding to stakeholders or regulators, our audit and assurance experts empower you to deliver.
Financial Statement Audit, Review, and Compilation Services
Solid financial statements not only enhance your company’s credibility—they also give you powerful insight. As your partner, our goal is two-fold: 1) communicate objectively, and 2) make it easier for you to find and understand your financial data. The result: The ability to make better informed decisions and focus on your business
Agreed Upon Procedures
Sometimes you don’t need a financial statement but instead testing of specific accounts or business processes. PWB can perform a number of AUPs that you and or a third party may request such as cash balance verification, inventory and A/R verification for collateral purposes, and more.
Employee Benefit Plan Audit
Employee benefit plan audits require a different breed of expertise than traditional audits. And because the U.S. Department of Labor closely scrutinizes these, it’s critical to meet all applicable compliance requirements to avoid costly penalties or lawsuits. PWB qualified employee benefit plan auditors have experience with all types of employee benefit audits, including 401(k), 403(b), and ESOP plans. Let us help you make sense of what can be a complicated endeavor.
Internal Controls and Corporate Fraud Prevention
Corporate fraud has the potential to devastate your company’s finances and reputation. It simply isn’t worth the risk. Thankfully, there are measures you can take to prevent fraud, one of which is implementing a strong system of internal controls. We can work with you to make it happen.
As a Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) registered firm, we deliver an informative, accurate, and independent audit report.
Financial Performance Analytics
PWB provides financial performance analytics designed to help small- to mid-sized companies better understand the financial health of their business.
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