All Independent CPA Attest Services
Special districts, municipalities, housing finance authorities, community redevelopment agencies, charter schools and not-for-profit entities are included in our audit client base. Other attest services include reviews, compilations and agreed upon procedures.
MBE certification with many governmental entities allows our clients who so desire to meet contract or policy requirements for utilization of MBE firms. We have assisted Ernst & Young, KPMG and PriceWaterhouseCoopers as the MBE participant on the audits of the City of Jacksonville, Duval County School Board, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, JAXPORT, JEA, and SAS 70 audits for the state lotteries of Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Indiana.
Municipalities, special districts, health care facilities, housing finance authorities and many other types of organizations are included in our arbitrage rebate client base. We have experience with all types of issues from the straightforward "vanilla" fixed rate financing to the cutting edge variable rate and SWAP transactions, refunding issues involving transferred proceeds and issues subject to the universal cap.
Cash Flow Verifications
Our firm has provided cash flow verification services for many entities with bond issue sizes include financings in the hundreds of millions. We have experience with all types of structures, from the simple escrow sufficiency to the very complex refundings.
As peer reviewers, we are seen as experts in our field and gain increased respect from our colleagues as a result. We help firms achieve their accounting and auditing practice goals and enhance the quality of their accounting and auditing practices. Our peer review work enables us to achieve a deeper understanding of accounting and auditing standards and how they are being implemented by other firms and identify best practices. We help to enhance the effectiveness of our profession’s self-regulatory efforts, contributing to overall audit quality and outreach within the CPA networking community.
*Florida peer review law effective January 1, 2015 - Click here to read the peer review requirements
As evidence of her commitment to professional ethics, Linda is an ethics professor for the Florida Board of Accountancy. Several years ago, a requirement was implemented for each Florida CPA to obtain four hours of ethics continuing education. Linda immediately responded to the request of the Florida Board of Accountancy for individuals meeting criteria to be ethics professors to make application. Linda’s application was accepted and she underwent the required training to lead the course, which she does a few times each year.