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The auditors will review and assess every process and financial statement to verify that your business is in full compliance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.


Business owners can use audits to effectively locate pain points in their operations, identify problems in their workflow, and take corrective action. An audit gives an overview of the process and controls of the business, providing directors and management with invaluable insights into their company.


An audit can be used by management to assess the effectiveness of their company and to ease any fears of fraud. Audits can also give hard evidence of a business's financial statements being accurate to investors, shareholders, and the government.

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Through integrity, transparency, and honesty, we develop relationships built on trust. Our clients can always rely on our team.


Our staff has a wealth of experience in various industries such as manufacturing, construction, privately owned businesses, and not-for-profit organisations.


Accorp is dedicated to working for the greater good and giving back to the community.


We always maintain the highest ethical standards. We are always looking out for our clients' best interests and this drives every engagement and recommendation.


Our work is complete, effective, and efficient. Financial concerns should be dealt with thoughtfully but not delayed.


We are large enough to give you expert and comprehensive CPA services, and small enough to give you the individual attention you need and deserve.



When you need a professional to take all of your company's financial data and compile it so that it is easy to understand and present - even to those who are not experts in the field - an accountant compilation may be the right service for you. This type of report will provide you with a detailed overview of your company's financial history and current state, as well as highlight areas that may require further examination or attention.

  1. External audits
  2. Internal audits
  3. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits


In an audit, a CPA needs to gather evidence by talking to the right personnel, inspecting physically, verifying, and testing substantively. A CPA or auditor will also look at supporting or source documents, send third-party confirmations to check the balances and legal matters, and perform analytical and other procedures.


In order to be compliant with GAAP, a review must be undertaken in accordance with the Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARSs). In a review, an accountant only obtains limited audit and assurance services; enough to determine that there are no material modifications required in order to make the review financial statements conform with GAAP.


This is the most basic accounting service, a cover page written by a CPA that accompanies a set of your financial statements. Having compiled financial statements shows lenders you have an association with a CPA, but doesn’t offer a deep level of assurance on the accuracy of the review financial statements.

Audit/ Review/ Compilation Ebook

An audit is an "independent examination of financial information of any entity, whether profit oriented or not, irrespective of its size or legal form when such an examination is conducted with a view to express an opinion thereon.” Auditing also tries to guarantee that the books of accounts are being kept properly by the organization as required by law. To form their opinion in the auditing report, auditors take into account the propositions before them, acquire evidence, and assess the validity of the propositions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A compilation report is a report prepared by the accountant who performed the compilation service for a client. It should accompany the compiled financial statements. Unlike an audit or review report, a compilation report consists of a single paragraph, without paragraph titles.

A compilation entails presenting data collected from a client in the form of financial statements. There is no assurance being given by the accountant since a compilation does not entail the accountant conducting inquiry, analytical procedures or other types of procedures.

There are two different types of services that a certified public accountant, or "CPA," can provide for financial statements: audits and reviews. The correct level of service for a nonprofit organization will depend on both internal and external factors.

An audit is a comprehensive and judicious assessment of an entity's financial records to confirm whether they provide an accurate and honest portrayal. A review is an examination of the financial books by the auditor to ascertain the likelihood of any amendments.

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