September 6th, 2022 at 10am PT  

Are your clients ready for a financial statement audit?

These examinations of business operations and financial statements are useful for banks and investors (amongst others) who need an inside look at the overall health of a company before lending money or purchasing shares. States may also require a financial statement audit as part of the licensing approval or renewal process.

A financial statement audit will be required upon exit or during an M&A, as well.Potential lenders or buyers will want to make sure that the company at stake has its cash, inventory, and internal controls in order. Perhaps most importantly for the cannabis industry, these financial statements will be scrutinized and reviewed for GAAP compliance. Our next special guest speaker, Curtis Winar of Frost CPAs, will be joining us on Tuesday, September 6th at 10 AM PT to discuss how to best prepare our clients for a financial statement audit.

Curtis will be covering:

  • When financial statement audits might (or will) be required
  • How accountants can provide more value to businesses when preparing or even during financial audits
  • Managing audit risk
  • Common discrepancies found during these audits
  • … and more!

Join us to learn more about how to best service our clients while preparing for, and undergoing, a financial statement audit.

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Curtis Winar

CPA and frost PLLC partner

Partner and member of the Strategic Services, Valuation, and Litigation Services team, Curtis also serves as the Cannabis Industry Practice Leader. Curtis provides strategic business advisory services, business valuation, forensic accounting, litigation consulting, and expert testimony services typically related to commercial damages, gift and estate tax, income tax reporting, family law, mergers and acquisitions, and fraudulent investment.