What is “E-Audit” and how does it work?

E-Audit stands for our Electronic, Efficient, Economical and Easy audit system. It will save most organizations 25% or more for an annual audit. Visit our web site and watch the E-Audit video for more information.

What is the cost of an audit?

Typically an audit costs about 1% of the company’s annual revenue. However, if your organization implements our “E-Audit” system, the costs could be much less.

What other services are included with an audit?

We strive to make our audits a value added service, wherein we perform a risk assessment that identifies perils or hazards that may negatively impact the organization and we make recommendations that will help minimize risks. We also prepare annual tax filings and give advice on operations and accounting.

How long has the firm been performing audits?

We have been performing audits for more than 30 years.

How long does it take to perform an audit?

A typical audit takes 4-6 weeks. However, if the E-Audit system is implemented, the year end audit is completed in half the time.

In which states are you licensed to practice?

We primarily operate in the state of Ohio. However, we have offices in Atlanta, Georgia, St Louis, Missouri, Cebu City, Philippines and we are expanding globally.

Does the firm specialize in any particular industry(ies)?

We are experts in not-for-profits, low income and elderly housing projects, employee benefit plans, college and universities and state and local governments. We also have experience with construction contractors and real estate.

How much partner involvement can we expect?

The firm’s partners are intimately involved with every aspect of the audit. The partners insure that our client’s concerns are addressed in a timely manner and that clients receive excellent value.

Does the firm make recommendations for improvements in operations?

Yes. As part of the audit process, we make assessments of all of the major systems and give feedback on the organization’s strengths as well as their weaknesses.

Will the partner(s) meet with the Board of Directors to discuss the results of the audit?

Yes. However, we generally assign a Client Service Representative whose sole purpose and expertise is communications to Boards and management. The CSR speaks in layman terms in order to insure that the Board and management understand the results of the audit.

Who are some of your previous and current clients?

Please see our Engagement Summary to find a list of previous and existing clients.

Do you have references available?

Yes. Please see our References List.