What can we do for you?
Our audit team draws on more than thirty years of experience to provide a wide range of services to credit unions under $500 million in assets, plus internal audit services to those over $500 million in assets. Those we serve value skillful and excellent service at very low cost.
We understand that the regulatory environment is increasingly complex and we understand credit unions’ complex needs. Our team is present, prepared, and poised to respond to those compliance needs.
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Summary of Services
Our audit team specializes in more than twenty types of services including the following. All procedures shall be consistent with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as prescribed by the National Credit Union Administration, North Carolina Credit Union Division, and South Carolina Board of Financial Institutions. The scope of agreed-upon procedures satisfies all requirements of a Comprehensive Supervisory Committee.
Comprehensive Annual Audits
- Credit union balance sheet (assets and liabilities)
Cash and bank reconciliations
- Vizo Financial and other investments
Member’s trial balance
Land, building, furniture and equipment
Bank Secrecy Act Audits
- ACH audits
- Account verifications
- 990 tax forms (state-chartered credit unions only)
- Cash counts
Cash policy and procedure review
BSA policy and procedure review
General ledger reconciliations
Review loans (new, delinquency, charge-offs or staff/volunteer)
Any procedure for which the supervisory committee is responsible
Credit union elections
A report of procedural work performed and findings is submitted to the supervisory committee after an audit has been completed.