At McCay Duff, our goal is to present a clear and accurate picture of your financial position, allowing you to make sound financial decisions. In the case of non-profit organizations, showing that your financial statements have been audited by an independent auditor can also help satisfy the requirement of funders, donors and government agencies.
Financial statements — These statements provide an overview of what took place during the year, and include a balance sheet, an income statement, a statement of retained earnings and a cash-flow statement. We can have various levels of involvement with your financial statements. These statements can be audited, reviewed or prepared on a “Notice to Reader” basis. Contact us to find out the differences and we can help determine how best to meet your specific needs.
As your trusted advisors, we strive to give you personalized service that is tailored to your specific needs. Whether it is helping you or your company maximize wealth and minimize taxes or helping your not-for-profit organization meet its statutory requirements and reach its own goals, we are always there for you.
Contact us today to enjoy the benefits of having accounting and auditing specialists on your side.