When it comes to delivering an Audit, professionalism and quality are Pricount LLC is number #1 priority. Our auditing expert’s foremost responsibility is to serve investors, owners, and management with reasonable assurance.
Pricount LLC is committed to continuously finding and fulfilling audits with an innovative approach and tools to help drive and enhance quality. We use robust data and precision analysis to promote sustainable audit quality to bring greater relevance to audit identification and finally enrich client experience.
Quality Audits are what we strive to achieve at Pricount LLC. This is all encompassed by our people, process, and innovative technology.
- Forensic Accounting:Forensic accountants will dig through your company’s financial documents in search of fraudulent activity and white-collar If you suspect embezzlement, money laundering, extortion, bribery, or fraud within your organization, a forensic accountant is the right person to audit your books for suspicious details.
- Fraud Audits:Like forensic accounting audits, fraud audits involve searching for details of the fraud, embezzlement, or other criminal activity within your business. The difference is that forensic accounting audits usually occur when there have already been suspicions or allegations about fraudulent activity. Fraud audits, on the other hand, are a regular precaution that businesses use to uncover signs of fraud that have not yet aroused suspicion. A forensic accountant is expected to prove or disprove allegations of fraudulent activity—and, if necessary, testify to that evidence in court. A fraud auditor is merely expected to review a company’s books and identify spots where the numbers don’t line up—if any exist.
- Internal and External Audits:Internal and external audits are steps your company may choose to take throughout the year to ensure best practices. Internal auditors typically look at a company’s business practices and help with risk assessments, while external auditors focus more on finances. Internal auditors are hired by the company itself and report to internal managers, while external auditors typically report to shareholders, investors, and creditors. As you can see, there is a good deal of variation between these different types of company audits. As such, it is important to make sure you are hiring the right person for each job. For instance, internal auditors don’t have to be CPA’s, but external auditors do. Forensic accountants, meanwhile, are CPA’s with extra training and certification. Regardless of what type of audit you think your company needs, Pricount LLC can provide it. Our skilled team of CPA’s and auditors includes members with every level of certification and experience you could ask for in an auditor. Call us today to learn more about our auditing services.