Financial Statement Audits of Public and Private Companies
Most public companies are very large. Their auditors instinctively and deeply need to start by interviewing the Chief Financial Officer, each of the division controllers, and the individual accountants in charge of each division’s general ledger, receivables and payables cycles. Small public companies typically don’t have three accountants and a controller per division, or a CFO with a huge staff. Small public companies usually find their interactions with their large-firm auditors frustrating and very expensive.
Seale and Beers, CPAs specializes in small public companies, and small private companies seeking public listings in the near future. Our clients know that an audit partner is just a phone call away. They know how deeply we believe in conserving precious capital, and appreciate our efficiency and moderate prices.
Ask us how our innovative, fixed tier pricing structure can reduce business risk and audit costs for companies who deliver their financial statements to us quickly.
The PCAOB (Public Company Accounting Oversight Board) was created by Congress in 2002 to provide a third layer of regulatory oversight to auditors, after state boards of accountancy and the AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants).
Seale and Beers, CPAs is registered with the Nevada State Board of Accountancy and PCAOB.