Audit & Assurance Services
Blazek & Vetterling provides our tax-exempt clients with all the different audits they’re required to implement by regulatory bodies. During the audit process, our team uses industry-leading paperless audit software on a secure and encrypted network environment that makes collaboration during each audit efficient.
Types of Audit & Assurance Services
Financial statement audits are an essential process for ensuring the accuracy and reliability of an organization's financial records. Nonprofit organizations are often required to undergo financial statement audits to receive funding or maintain their tax-exempt status.
Independent auditors conduct these audits reviewing an organization's financial statements, internal controls, and compliance with accounting principles and regulations. The results of these audits provide stakeholders, including donors, grantors, and the public, with confidence that the organization is managing its finances responsibly and ethically.
Benefit Plan Audits
Employee benefit plan audits are a specialized type of audit that requires specific knowledge and expertise in employee benefit plans. The Department of Labor (DOL) has set forth specific requirements for these audits, designed to protect plan participants and ensure that plan assets are managed in compliance with the law.
At our firm, we have a dedicated team of professionals with extensive experience in conducting employee benefit plan audits in accordance with DOL requirements. Our team understands the complexities of these audits and is committed to providing our clients with high-quality, accurate, and timely services.
Charter schools operate independently of traditional school districts and are often held to strict financial accountability standards. As a result, charter schools in Texas must undergo audits per the Financial Accountability Resource Guide (FARG) of the State of Texas.
At our firm, we have extensive experience conducting audits for charter schools in compliance with the law. Our team understands the unique financial reporting requirements and regulations that apply to charter schools and is committed to providing high-quality, accurate, and timely services to our clients.
Under Title 2 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, entities that expend $750,000 or more in federal funds in a fiscal year must undergo a single audit. In Texas, state agencies and local governments are also required to undergo single audits in accordance with the State of Texas Single Audit Circular.
At our firm, we have extensive experience conducting single audits for a wide range of entities, including state and local governments, nonprofit organizations, and institutions of higher education. Our team understands the complex reporting requirements and regulations that apply to single audits and is committed to providing our clients with high-quality, accurate, and timely services.
Agreed upon procedures are often used when a company needs a specific kind of review or examination but does not require a full audit. Instead, the results of the agreed upon procedures are presented in a report that provides stakeholders with the information they need to make informed decisions about the company's operations and financial position.
At our firm, we offer a wide range of agreed upon procedures and services to meet the specific needs of our clients. We work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and objectives and to provide customized solutions that address their specific concerns. Overall, our expertise in agreed upon procedures enables us to provide our clients with valuable insights and information that they can use to make informed decisions about their operations and financial position.