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Financial Statements

At CCAL Group, Inc in Garden Grove, CA we provide a full range of financial statement preparation services— including the preparation of your balance sheets, income statements, statement of retained earnings, and statement of cash flows.

We care about helping with Financial Statement preparation for your small business. 

Depending on the size of your company, preparing general-purpose financial statements might either be straightforward or complex. Some statements require footnote disclosures, while others do not. This type of detail is usually determined by the aim of the financial statements.

Banks, for example, frequently require basic financials to verify a company’s ability to pay its obligations, whereas the SEC requires audited financial statements from all public corporations.

Financial statements are created by transferring the updated trial balance account balances to a series of financial statement templates.

The state-of-the-art accounting software used in our office can provide helpful comparisons and calculations for effective, practical business analysis.

The Importance of Financial Statements

Financial reporting that is timely, accurate, and insightful is the foundation of a company’s finance department. Financial reports give vital information that may be used to make sound decisions. Audit and assurance services can assist you in meeting your compliance needs, whether you are a public company with audit requirements or a private company seeking finance.

An audit is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn everything there is to know about a company and the industry in which it works. We deliver proactive solutions for optimizing profitability and efficiency as a result of this improved understanding. Our expertise may offer improvements to business processes and internal controls, increase the quality of information generated by your system, provide relevant management reports, and assist you in organizing and interpreting financial data to help you make better decisions.

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