An audit is the highest level of service that a CPA can perform.

The purpose of the audit is for us to express an opinion on whether the Association’s financial statements and notes to the financial statements are free from material misstatements and are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). We follow generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) to perform our audit, but we go above and beyond these standards for our clients. We have found that certain procedures can provide a benefit to our clients and we perform those, even though they are not required to meet the basic auditing standards. Some of the procedures include examining a large percentage of the paid invoices and reconciling payments made to vendors to the signed contracts. Often, we are the last ones to look at the Association’s records and we find duplicate payments or overpayments that result in savings for our clients.

Smart QuoteWhen preparing for our annual audit, tax return, or budget, there is only one way to be confident that our interests are accommodated at every step of the way: by ensuring that we collaborate with a renowned CPA firm. I define Goldklang Group CPAs as a team of accountants that personify integrity, professionalism, and diverse expertise…they serve as guardians to the accounting demands of our Association, as much as they are also an outstanding CPA firm.
General Manager