Marcum is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). As one of the leading Assurance Service practices, Marcum's Assurance Division is made up of talented professionals who understand the complex rules associated with regulatory compliance.
Each of our team members receives ongoing education and training, ensuring that you benefit from the most up-to-date service and guidance on SEC accounting and reporting issues. Our professionals are equipped to meet your assurance needs, as well as provide specialized advisory services. As an independent member of Leading Edge Alliance, you will have access to global resources and expertise, along with the responsiveness and personal touch you expect from a local firm.
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- Financial statement audits in accordance with PCAOB standards.
- Tax compliance and advisory services.
- Due diligence.
- Agreed-upon procedures and other attest work.
- Internal audit services.
- Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 compliance services and software.
- Technical accounting assistance.
- IPO assistance.
Marcum LLP complies with the quality control standards established by AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants). We adhere to a program that addresses independence, integrity, and objectivity; personnel management; acceptance and continuance of clients; engagement performance; and monitoring.
Marcum's review department serves as a technical resource for guidance with respect to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Compliance, the standards of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), and all other accounting and audit-related issues.
In addition to performing audits on financial statements of our regular clients, we perform specialty audits and offer a vast array of services to specialty industries.
To ensure that Marcum's quality control standards meet, adhere to, and are in compliance with the standards established by the SEC Practice Section of the AICPA, we are reviewed tri-annually by a process called "Peer Review." Peer review consists of a rigorous examination of the Firm's systems, procedures and quality controls relating to the auditing, reviews, and compilations that Marcum performs. It is conducted by an independent CPA firm that issues an opinion based on their analysis. This review dictates that our system of quality control for auditing and accounting practices continue to meet objectives of and comply with the quality control standards established by the AICPA and monitored by the SEC and the PCAOB.
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