Consulting Services

In many instances CPA’s develop new areas of expertise simply from being involved with clients in many different industries. This has certainly been true in my firm.

  • New Business Set Up and Organization
  • Preparation of the Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A), Yearend GASB 34 Financial Statements and Notes to the Financial Statements for Local Governments. This is normally done in a consultant capacity to interface with the work of the government’s external auditors
  • Assisting Local Governments Develop Statistics for CAFR
  • Risk Assessment and Internal Control Studies for Business, Government and Nonprofit Entities
  • Temporary CFO or Temporary Controller for Entities to Insure the Stability of the Entity during Transition. Onsite or remote access. Domestic and international travel is acceptable
  • Representing Bankruptcy Trustees in Administering Bankruptcy Estates
  • Representing Creditor’s Committees in Chapter 11 Proceedings
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Consultations for Stressed Businesses
  • Assisting companies register and operate in the EPA RFS2 Environment. This includes assistance with EMTS registration and navigation, consultation on RIN transactions, preparation of quarterly RFS Reports, and yearend agreed-upon procedures engagements
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Consultations for Stressed Businesses