Audit: An audit expresses an opinion on financial statements as to whether they are fairly stated in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. We plan our audits to consider the company's internal accounting controls, assesses risk and develop audit procedures and tests of accounting records to support amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. Review: A review is less in scope than an audit and relies upon analytical procedures and inquiries of management A review report provides limited assurance that there are no material modifications necessary for the financial statements to be presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Compilation: A compilation is a presentation in financial statement format, of information that is the representation of management. We provide no assurance regarding compiled financial statements.