We do a lot of business work as one of San Francisco’s top accounting firms, and one of the common reasons businesses first come to us is when they require audited financials.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
September 01, 2017
Safe Harbor LLP, long considered one of the leading accounting firms in the San Francisco Bay Area and in California for businesses, corporations, and startups, is proud to announce an update to its informational page on “audited financials” or more specifically “audited financial statements” for San Francisco businesses. Many San Francisco Bay Area businesses require audited financial statements as a condition of securing a bank loan or perhaps doing business with a governmental agency but do not know how to find a CPA firm that has the expertise necessary to generate the required audited financial statements.
“We do a lot of business work as one of San Francisco’s top accounting firms, and one of the common reasons businesses first come to us is when they require audited financials,” explained Chun Wong, Managing Partner at Safe Harbor LLP. “Updating our information page for 2017 is a step towards improving that first, online step towards finding the best CPA firm for their business.”
To read the newly updated page on audited financial statements for San Francisco businesses, visit http://www.safeharborcpa.com/management-financial-advisory/. Persons with questions or immediate needs are urged to reach out to the firm for a no obligation consultation. It should be noted as well that the firm has deep expertise in international tax issues (http://www.safeharborcpa.com/international-tax/), as many San Francisco businesses have interests both here in the USA and abroad.
AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA BUSINESSES
As businesses look for growth opportunities, they often run into two areas where audited financial statements are required. A first common area is when a business wants to secure a bank loan. Banks will often require an external audit to verify the solidity of the business to which they are going to loan money. This may be the first prompt for a growing business to reach out to a CPA firm with the depth of knowledge to provide this service. A second…