Financial Statement Audit

Each financial statement audit we perform begins by gaining an understanding of your business. With that knowledge, we apply a risk-based audit approach which consists of three-phases: planning, year-end fieldwork and reporting. A risk-based audit involves customizing our procedures to specifically respond to the unique risks affecting your organization and the financial reporting process. This risk assessment approach allows us to develop a tailored audit approach responsive to your risk profile and specific needs.

We are committed to the highest standards of quality and ethics.  We have implemented a comprehensive system of quality control to ensure that consistently high quality is maintained in the delivery of your audit.

We are periodically subject to an independent peer review of the system of quality control over our accounting and auditing practice. Our most recent Peer Review Report provided an unqualified (“clean”) opinion on Johnson Lambert's compliance with the requirements of quality control standards for an accounting and auditing practice established by the AICPA. Click here to read our Peer Review Report.