At Tate & Tryon, we believe that an audit should be a valuable management tool as opposed to a painful annual exercise.

Our audit staff takes great pride in providing staff and management with the information they need to better manage their organization. Whether it’s improvements to internal controls, insights as to proposed new accounting or auditing standards, or best practice data based on our accumulation of industry data, we add value to the process.

Our auditors are trained to efficiently conduct audit procedures and techniques in order to maximize value and minimize disruptions to our clients. Our audit teams work with clients throughout the year, not just at audit time, to discuss issues that they are facing and developments we see in the industry. This approach highlights important aspects of Tate & Tryon’s service philosophy: to add value beyond the annual audit report. Our goal is to become a key resource and advisor for our clients throughout the year.

Key features of our audit approach

  • Risk-based audit approach which improves audit quality and efficiency by concentrating audit effort on the areas of financial statements where there is higher risk of material misstatement
  • Ongoing communication with clients throughout the year to discuss audit and accounting issues
  • Paperless engagement file system and use of current technologies ensures an efficient and cost-effective approach

With a depth and breadth of experience in auditing, governance, performance improvement, and exempt organization tax, our audit professionals are well-equipped to help you improve your business processes, enhance internal controls, create operating efficiencies, and extend financial oversight throughout your organization.

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