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Businesses: How to Help Prepare for Audit Season

The busiest time of year for external financial statement auditors generally runs from January to April each year. But CPAs usually start gearing up for audit season in November of the preceding year. Accountants meet with clients, assign staff and schedule fieldwork. Then, the team conducts preliminary financial analytics, observes physical inventory counts, assesses risk factors… Read more »

Why You Need an Accountant for Your Small Business

This article is courtesy of  YFS MAGAZINE by  JEFREDA BROWN Reading the news headlines these days should be reason enough to make sure your business is operating in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. Laws are constantly changing. Businesses are failing because of bad accounting, which means there was no third party to hold the business owner(s)… Read more »

5 Accounting Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Small Business

5 Accounting Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Small Business Accounting mistakes can impede the growth of your small business and put it on shaky ground. Unfortunately, mistakes are all too common, especially for new or young businesses. Here are five of the most common accounting mistakes we see from small business owners. We also provide… Read more »

What You Should Consider When Hiring a Benefit Plan Auditor

As an employer with more than 100 participants in your employee benefit plan, your retirement plan is required to have an employee benefit plan audit. One of the most important duties you have as the plan administrator is to hire an independent qualified public accountant to perform the audit. Determining if You Need an Audit… Read more »