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Choosing the Right CPA Firm for Your Audit

When a business needs a certified audit or other form of financial statement assurance, choosing the right CPA firm is essential.

Many CPA firms can perform an “audit”, but not all are able to deliver the same level of expertise and technical ability to the financial statement.

The benefits of an MRPR audit are:

  • Confidence of 3rd parties
  • Firm reputation in the business community
  • An alternative to large regional firms with reasonable pricing

The Result? An Audit You Understand and Use to Improve Your Business Operations.

Though audits are normally required by banks, bonding companies or regulators, why not benefit from your Audit, by using the findings to enhance your profitability and improve your operations?

MRPR’s Audit Professionals make recommendations to strengthen internal controls, and they also take the time to explain the results of your audit.

Just another way MRPR helps businesses find Opportunity in Numbers.

Bob Sickler, CPAPrincipal

Katie Bruce, CPAPrincipal

MRPR belongs to the AICPA Center for Audit Quality. This groups fosters investor confidence and public trust by ‘fostering high quality performance by public company auditors.’
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MRPR is also registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) to audit broker dealers.
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MRPR Provides a Full Range of Assurance and Attest Services

Audit services include:

  • Corporate Financial
  • Warehouse & Distribution Audits
  • Construction Audits
  • Real Estate Audits
  • Licensed Professional Service Audits
  • Broker-Dealer Audits
  • Property & Casualty Insurance Company Audits
  • Employee Benefit Plan Audits
  • Not-for-Profit Audits
  • Reviews
  • Compilations

Other similar services include:

  • Pro-formas
  • Agreed Upon Procedures
  • Forecasts & Projections
  • Personal Financial Statements

We provide these services to closely-held businesses that need to give assurance to third parties including banks, bonding companies and regulators.