The Credibility You Need
As today’s business environment grows increasingly complex, the need for different levels of assurance are increasing alongside it. Mildrid Esua’s professionals have the expertise to develop an array of agreed-upon procedures (AUP) and, ultimately, the credibility you need.
When companies need tailored reporting outside the scope of a traditional audit or review, an AUP can be extremely effective. It can help your company uncover inefficiencies, areas of noncompliance, miscalculations, and other problems that require immediate action. Because AUPs at Mildrid Esua, CPA are performed by highly credentialed auditors, the findings can also enhance the credibility of the information provided to third parties, including banks, regulatory agencies, prospective investors, and prospective buyers.
Focused Reporting With Greater Flexibility
An AUP can meet specific needs that an audit is otherwise unable to do, and it has the potential to meet those needs with greater flexibility.
While the purpose of an audit is for a CPA to provide an opinion on financial statements as a whole, an AUP may cover specific elements of financial statements, such as accounts receivable or inventory. It could also involve elements completely unrelated to financial statements, such as contractual obligations or transaction due diligence. You have the flexibility to choose only the procedures you deem necessary. What’s more, an AUP can be performed at any time during the year, making it highly accommodating to your existing operations.
No matter your objective, Mildrid Esua, CPA can help you determine the AUP that’s right for your business. Contact us today to learn more.
Our financial audit professionals have the technical expertise to deliver a timely financial statement audit at a reasonable fee, because our audit approach is uniquely designed to avoid disruption to your day-to-day operations. Our audit partners and managers are on-site for the majority of the audit to ensure a timely and effective engagement, which is a differentiating factor for our firm
A financial statement review provides limited assurance. Our financial statement review process is less extensive than a full audit, but more extensive than a compilation. They are designed to evaluate whether your accounting principles are in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). During a typical engagement our team will:Analyze and report your financial position.
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