Findlay CPA employed a two-prong strategy aimed at
(i) minimizing the Company’s income tax burden and
(ii) properly stating the general ledger balances for the years ended December 31, 2014 through 2016.
To this end, we examined the accuracy and cut-off of all revenue transactions, including Amazon related transactions for the period January 1, 2015 through till December 31, 2016 and made the necessary corrections, so that the revenue for 2015 and 2016 was appropriately recognized and accurately measured. We also corrected the year end inventory and cost of goods sold. We wrote off uncollectible customer balances and removed all fictitious and duplicated invoices and customer payments from the accounts receivable sub-ledger.
In order to ensure the propriety of revenue recognition going forward, we trained the Company personnel how to document and track shipments to Amazon using Quickbooks Online non-posting transactions. Additionally, we amended the Company’s 2014 income tax returns so that the 2014 net operating loss became available for use in future tax years. We also amended the company’s 2015 federal income tax return.