Assurance Services Tailored to You!

Commissioning an audit of your organization is the best way to establish trust with your customers, lenders, vendors, and other key stakeholders. While audits do not necessarily have a reputation for adding value, we believe that they offer a key service: uncovering opportunities for growth. This is because an audit establishes important information about the state of your organization that is certified, accurate, and often actionable.

The RBC audit professionals have the knowledge and resources needed to serve your organization’s needs. We offer thorough and accurate audits performed by specialized professionals in a timely manner. Not only do we provide a basis for the trust you are hoping to establish with your stakeholders, but we also seek to uncover new opportunities for growth.

We offer our clients thorough and professional services tailored to their individual needs. Our core audit and assurance services include:

  • Audits, Reviews, & Compilations
  • Internal Controls
  • TXDOT Compliance & Consulting
  • Agreed Upon Procedures
  • Single Audits
  • Forecasts and Projections
  • Service Organization Control (SOC)
  • Service Organization Control (SOC)
  • Due Diligence for Mergers and Acquisitions
  • ERISA Compliance
  • Benchmarking
  • Forensic Accounting

Determining the Level of Service You Need

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) has standards that allow CPAs to offer three levels of assurance on financial statements, audits, reviews, and compilations. Your RBC assurance expert will help you determine which level of service best meets your needs.

  • Audit: With this level of service, our team will provide assurance that the financial statements are free of material misstatements.
  • Review: Our team will conduct in-depth discussions with your organization’s management and provide an analysis of your financial results, with limited assurance.

Compilation: Our team will compile your financial statements into the proper format, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), without providing assurance on management’s information.