What is Auditing?
We all know the word, but what really happens during the auditing process? An auditor inspects financial aspects of a business to spot inconsistencies or errors in the financial data of a company. These audits review financial statements and ensure that the necessary accounts are maintained properly and accurately.
Choose a Reliable Auditor
Selecting a reliable auditor is very important because an incomplete, inadequate or untimely audit may result in penalties for you or your business. Gabriel, Burger & Else, CPA, PC provides assurance/auditing services to our clients in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and Public Company Accounting Oversite Board standards. We take the time to make sure your audits are complete and accurate each and every time.
Our Assurance Services
Retirement Plan Audits
GBE performs retirement plan audits. Retirement plan audits are required by law. If your audit is inadequately prepared, you may face penalties as your plan’s sponsor. We have extensive experience with Form 5500, money purchase plans, profit sharing plans, 401ks and 403bs.
We provide audits for government entities and agencies in accordance with the requirements of the Nebraska State Auditor’s Office.
Our reviews consist of discussions with management and analytical procedures applied to your financial statements. The resulting report indicates limited assurance on the presentation of the financials.
We assist in the preparation of your financial statements in accordance with professional standards. This includes audit waiver preparation for Nebraska governmental entities.
Gabriel, Burger & Else, CPA, PC also prepares budgets in accordance with the Nebraska Budget Act. We provide compliance and financial consultation as requested.
How to Request an Audit Bid
GBE recommends a periodic audit every three to six years. If you’re due for another audit or have never had an audit of your business, government entity, or retirement plan, you may submit a proposal for an audit bid to our firm.