|Audited Financial Statements
||An audit provides the highest level of assurance that the financial statements fairly present the entity's financial position and results of operation in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
|Reviewed Financial Statements
||A review provides limited assurance that no material changes need to be made to the financial statements.
|Compiled Financial Statements
||A compilation is useful when limited in-house capabilities for preparing financial statements exist.
|Forecasted Financial Statements
||Forecasted financial statements are useful in securing bank or other financing, projecting results at various levels of business activities and in business acquisitions and disposition.