We want to ensure that your business is running at peak operating performance. To help you accomplish this, we offer sound, accurate reporting with critical analysis so you always know where you stand financially. And we’re there for you throughout the year to offer insightful counsel, assisting with all your important financial decisions. Via our financial statement review and compilation services, we provide you with comprehensive and detailed financial statements on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis. However, we don’t just deliver the documents, we work in partnership with you to make sure you understand your data so that you can continue to make smart business decisions and stay on a healthy financial course.
When you engage our firm to review your company’s financial statements you can be assured that your review will be conducted using the highest professional standards and the result will be sound financial information that can help you meet regulatory requirements and the objectives of your business. Our financial professionals will work with you to gain a thorough understanding of your business, allowing us to offer practical guidance that can assist you in increasing operational efficiencies and help you to enhance systems and procedures.
We are committed to helping you achieve financial success within your medical practice. Our trained staff understands the challenges that physicians face within the industry, such as increasing costs, healthcare reform, and...read more
Professional athletes and entertainers have unique needs when it comes to accounting and taxes. Wright Group has specialized expertise to help pro athletes, actors, and actresses, maximize their wealth and reduce taxes. Through tax planning and preparation, budgeting, financial forecasting and...read more
If you’re not a fan of Black Friday chaos—you know…the crowds, the rush, the relentless search for a parking space—then ditch the onsite shopping this year while still enjoying the sweet deals.
The Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule that allows a much larger pool of employees to earn overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. Specifically, the DOL raised the salary level for employees who are counted as “exempt” (or unable to earn overtime pay).
If you’re starting a second business, then you know everything that’s involved with a business launch. However, there are a few business basics that every entrepreneur should revisit before diving into another enterprise. Consider these business basics and then put them into a well-thought-out business plan: