Our MST CPAs provide a variety of assurance services. Whether you need a simple review or a full-blown audit, we can tailor our services to meet your needs. As we get a feel for how your unique business operates, we can also suggest changes to your internal control framework, or educate your leadership on how new reporting requirements will affect your company. Our CPAs have both the technical know-how and industry-specific experience to work alongside your team to ensure your business is set up for a successful future.
Compilations and Reviews
If you don’t require a financial statement audit, a review or compilation of your financial statements might be the appropriate level of service for your organization. A review engagement is a step-down from an audit, but can still provide your team with limited assurance about the accuracy of the financial statements and often meets the needs of lenders, boards of directors, and other stakeholders. Reviews are performed by members of our assurance team who have experience in numerous industries who can provide timely feedback to your organization through the completion of a review engagement.
A compilation can be an appropriate engagement when your group doesn’t require an audit or review, but still needs a set of financial statements. While compilations won’t involve MST providing assurance regarding the financials, we will devote the same level of attention to the engagement to ensure your organization comes away with valuable information and a formal set of financial statements that are useful for presentations internally or to third parties.
Agreed Upon Procedures
An agreed upon procedures (“AUP”) engagement gives us the opportunity to tailor our testing procedures towards specific areas within your organization. Our clients often find that an AUP engagement can be the perfect alternative or supplement to a financial statement audit. Whether it’s specific areas of financial concern, an analysis of your internal controls, or testing of compliance with vendor or customer agreements, an AUP engagement and the final report that accompanies it can give your team insights into areas where you may focus and opportunities to improve the financial performance of your organization.