Services We Provide Our Clients

Annual audits – We perform financial statement audits for governmental entities and not-for-profits in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

Agreed-Upon Procedures – We help our clients meet various legal and regulatory requirements through the performance of various agreed-upon procedure engagements in accordance with attestation standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Preparation of Financial Statements – We perform various non-attest services, including the preparation of GAAP based financial statements for our clients.

Our Clients

  • Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) – Municipal Utility Districts are created to purchase, construct, operate, and maintain facilities necessary to provide for the supply of water; the collection, transportation, and treatment of wastewater; and the control and diversion of storm water within the MUDs’ boundaries. Certain districts are also authorized by the State of Texas to construct, develop, and maintain park and recreational facilities, operate and maintain a fire department, and construct thoroughfare, arterial, and collector roads and improvements.
  • Water Control & Improvement Districts
  • Improvement Districts
  • Municipal Management Districts
  • Levee Improvement Districts – Levee improvement districts are created primarily to purchase, construct, operate, and maintain all improvements and utilities necessary for flood plain reclamation, flood protection, detention and outfall drainage. LIDs are also empowered to construct, operate, and maintain major thoroughfares and other major roadways.
  • Tax Increment Zones & Redevelopment Authorities – Redevelopment Authorities are organized as public non-profit corporations for the purpose aiding, assisting, and acting on behalf of the City in performance of its governmental functions to promote the common good and general welfare of the certain areas, defined as Tax Increment Zones. These entities assist in promoting, developing, encouraging and maintaining housing, educational facilities, employment, commerce, and economic development in the City.
  • Regional Water Authorities – Regional water authorities, such as the North Fort Bend Water Authority, construct and operate infrastructure necessary to provide water supply to municipal water providers and facilitate compliance with subsidence district regulations within the region.