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"The Wilkins Miller firm and its people can be described with three words: INTEGRITY, COMPETENCE, PROFESSIONALISM. There is no doubt that the firm's success arises from its strict adherence to these core values."

J. Marshall Gardner
Vickers, Riis, Murray and Curran, L.L.C.
 

Financial Reporting & Assurance

Wilkins Miller Hieronymus provides financial reporting services to a cross-section of industries and organizations.  Our services include audit, review, compilation and other attest and related services, including debt compliance, comfort letters, internal control reviews and regulatory and other compliance reporting.

Our clients consist of a variety of businesses, including companies who have gone public and those recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing, privately-held companies in America.  We have performed various services, especially in the real estate industry, including feasibility studies, financial projections and assistance in effective planning for development projects.  One member of our Firm is a recognized leader in the area of real estate and a frequent speaker to industry associations.  Our experience also includes audits of employee benefit plans as well as various governmental and not for profit organizations, including the City of Mobile and HUD-assisted projects.

Our audit group provides examination and review services for many clients and industries.  Our quality control system follows the Practitioners Publishing Company (PPC) system which is the most widely recognized quality control system used by local & regional CPA firms in the country.  Our practice is reviewed by an outside CPA firm every three years as required by the AICPA.  In our report dated October 26, 2010, we received a pass rating without any findings or deficiencies.  This is the best report we could receive, and we believe it further demonstrates the firm's commitment to quality control.  Click here to view a copy of our peer review report.


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