Financial Statement Preparation for reliable and transparent companies

It’s essential that our clients – large and small – have confidence in their financial reporting. At H&CO we adhere not only to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and auditing standards (GAAS), but to our own rigorous internal guidelines regarding preparation methods, data handling, and delivery.

Whether you need a financial statement audit for your investors, creditors, or internal purposes, our team of experienced professionals will identify opportunities, recognize any issues and formulate solutions to help you meet your business objectives. 

A unique approach to experience confidence
in all your financial statement preparations

We can provide a financial statement analysis and file quarterly and year-end statements

Income statement preparation

Calculation of net profit or loss determined by revenue, expenses, and general ledgers


Financial statement analysis

Analysis and understanding of your current financial and cash positions

Financial statement

Preparation and filing of registration statements and periodic reports

How to prepare financial statements...

The preparation of financial statements involves the process of aggregating accounting information into a standardized set of financials. The completed financial statements are then distributed to management, lenders, creditors, and investors, who use them to evaluate the performance, liquidity, and cash flows of a business.

Years of experience in the accounting industry

Our knowledge and understanding across a variety of industries including construction, manufacturing and real estate,
and the unique intricacies within these industries, allows us to
provide you with personalized insights and advice on how
to grow and improve your business.

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