Financial Reporting

Financial reporting uses financial statements to disclose financial data that indicate the financial health of a company during a specific period of time. Generally, financial reporting provides information about the results of the operation, financial position, and cash flows of a business. readers review the statement to decide the allocations of resources. Financial reporting is a way of following standard accounting practices to give an accurate depiction of a company’s finances, including:

  • revenues
  • expenses
  • profits
  • capital
  • cashflow

Advisory Services

We provide advisory services on theses services are the following:

  • our opinions for beneficial options for transactions for income tax or sales tax purposes.
  • professional opinions on business transactions i.e. feasibility studies, due diligence, etc.
  • legal advice relating to court matters.