Assurance, Advisory & Review

Templeton offers effective and cost-efficient, independent audits that are performed in a timely manner by our experienced team of professionals. Our objective to meet the very highest standards underlies our commitment to the development of stringent quality control procedures. We annually review select audit engagements to ensure that our audit policies and procedures are being followed.

More than Just an Audit

We approach each audit with an emphasis on early planning and work towards understanding how your business functions. This allows us to identify key audit components and tailor our audit procedures to the unique characteristics of your business and your industry. The results of our audit provides us with information that enables our team to generate insightful, constructive suggestions that can result in improved operations as well as operating and accounting procedures and controls.  These recommendations are ultimately incorporated into our formal letter to management.

Our engagements can include:

  • Financial statement audits, reviews and compilations
  • Agreed-upon procedures engagements
  • Acquisition planning and due diligence business investigations
  • Sarbanes-Oxley compliance
  • Strategic analysis and planning
  • Forecasts and projections
  • Outsource internal audit services
  • Internal control reviews
  • Operational efficiency reviews

The Templeton Approach

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Accounting Services

No matter the size or complexity of your business, we provide high-quality, value-added accounting services designed to meet your business needs.

To meet our clients’ unique needs, we deliver the following services:

  • Fiduciary accounting
  • Nonprofit accounting
  • Fixed asset and depreciation reports
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Payroll tax issues
ASSURANCE, ADVISORY & REVIEW BLOG

PErspective in Real Estate

A feature examining the role of private equity in the real estate sector. Federal regulators—the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)—have increased their scrutiny of commercial real estate loans, urging lenders to strengthen terms amid fears of a real estate bubble. This is deterring small, local […]

A Deeper Dive Into ASU 2016-14 Implementation Issues

By Tammy Ricciardella, CPA As organizations look to implement ASU 2016-14 and meet its requirements, they must account for how these changes may impact how they collect information. This article will highlight three of these areas: Investment Expenses As we have noted, the ASU now requires the netting of investment expenses against investment return; in […]

Gotta Get Away: Timeshares, Hotels and the Sharing Economy

By Kevin Riley It’s a familiar tale: An entrepreneurial business model enters the real estate market, disrupting traditional players. Even now-ubiquitous chain hotels were once a disruptor and, in the 1970s, timeshare executives were the ones shaking up the hospitality market. Timeshares became such a competitive presence that every major hotel conglomerate entered the market […]