New Jersey Accounting Services
At Robert A. Bonavito, CPA - A Professional Corporation, we understand your business, your industry and the day-to-day challenges you face. Our New Jersey forensic accounting services can assist you in selecting record-keeping systems and software that are consistent with both the needs of your business and sound accounting principles.
Our level of participation varies from the write-up of books and records through compiled and reviewed interim and annual financial reports. Whatever the degree of our involvement, you are assured the highest level of professional service, quality, and integrity. Our New Jersey forensic accounting professionals will work closely with you to best understand what is right for your organization.
In performing compilation and review services, it may be necessary for us to analyze your cash accounts, accounts receivable, and accounts payable as well as prepare financial statements and depreciation schedules. We can also provide assistance with general ledger, income tax planning and preparation, job cost schedules, payroll processing, and other services that meet your accounting needs.
Our accounting services can be further enhanced and refined to provide an up-to-date picture of your financial position as well as cost analysis by activity, product, and location facilities and benchmarking against your industry.
Compilation, Review and Audit Services
We provide the highest level of assurance of your financial statements and must be conducted with meticulous professionalism. Our objective is to provide you with an audit opinion with minimum disruption for you and your company.
We approach your audit with an evaluation of your internal controls and systems, and we perform each audit using cost-effective methods and procedures. We achieve this through detailed planning and active communication with your company. Our firm's low turnover and strict adherence to deadlines also provide quality assurance to our clients.
Often the audit opinion rendered has far-reaching legal and market ramifications. Typically, an audit will:
- Improve the credibility of your financial statements with the lender
- Encourage capital providers to invest and/or approve loans
- Assist with mergers and acquisitions
At Robert A. Bonavito, CPA - A Professional Corporation, you can be assured of our commitment to excellence in performing high quality audits with the least amount of interruption to your staff.