Reedy and Abel Certified Public Accountants

Topics: Audit, Internal control, Auditing Pages: 2 (492 words) Published: March 2, 2013

Mr. Conrad P. Saws, President
Mt. Hood Furniture, Inc.
80 Fast Lane
Portland, Oregon 97207

Dear Mr. Saws:

We are pleased to confirm our understanding of the services we are to provide for Mt. Hood Furniture, Inc. for the year ending December 31, 20X3.

We will audit the balance sheet of Mt. Hood Furniture, Inc of December 31, 20X3 and the statement income, cash flow, and retained earnings for the end of the year. Our objected is to audit and have a opinion regarding whether your financial statement is fairly presented. Our audits are accordance with auditing standards and this process will include a test on your accounting reports and other procedures that will be consider as a necessary for the auditor to express their opinion.

The process for our audit includes a test of all documentary reports that supports the evidence of transactions for the account. The conclusion of audit will require a written statement from you regarding the financial statement.

Our resopniabilty as audits is to obtain an understanding of internal control to planning audit and the performance. An audit does not provide assurance on internal control or operation of internal control.

Our auditors understand you are responsible for making all the financial records and responsible for the information. Our goal is to advise you to take the appropriate accounting principles and assist in the preparation of your financial statement; but the responsibility for the financial statement reminds on you. The responsibility includes the maintenance and establishment of adequate records and effective internal controls over financial reporting. A member of management will be responsible for identifying and ensuring the entity complies.

We will also prepare the state and federal income tax return for the oringaztion at the end of year ended December 31, 20X3.

We will begin the audit approximately on Stepember 15, 203 and complete...
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