In a rapidly evolving business and regulatory environment, the right guidance is more important than ever. Our audit professionals draw on deep industry experience and global resources to help clients navigate change and strengthen the value of their businesses.

When thinking about your annual audit, consider the following:

  • Does your auditor address issues upfront?
    Every audit has its difficulties, complexities, and risks. Meet them head on. Identify particularly risky or subjective financial statement areas, and work with your auditor to ensure they’ve been provided with all relevant documentation. Be prepared to respond to questions and requests for additional information. The faster you and your audit team can identify potential obstacles, the faster you can resolve them. And that makes them less costly later.
  • Will your auditor give you partner access?
    The team of eager young associates on your account does a good job. But you also need the big guns, the head-honchos. In the world of auditing, that means the partners. Your audit requires partner-level involvement, and not just sometimes. Frankly, you deserve regular access to the kind of higher-level thinking and foresight that comes from years of experience. The only real question is: will your auditor provide it?


Steve Albert
Southwest Assurance Regional Managing Partner
713-407-3825 | Email

Layne Campman
Regional Business Development Director
214-665-0757 | Email

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