We know that you need accurate and timely financial information to manage your affairs. We also know that you may not have the time or staff to prepare that vital information for your use. We offer three levels of accounting assurance services.


With a compilation, no opinion is expressed on your financial statements. We take your financial information and compile it in financial statement format. This is the lowest level of assurance services, and is most useful for preparing financial statements that describe an entity and its operations. Many of these engagements are for internal (management-use) financial statements.


A review is the next level up from compilations in assurance services. We make inquiries of management regarding the financial statements and apply analytical procedures to see if the statements appear reasonable. Our review report provides limited assurance to the user that we are not aware of adjustments that should be made to the financial statements. This service is appropriate when there is no audit requirement and the user wishes to reduce costs.


An audit, the highest level of assurance, results in the rendering of an opinion on your financial statements. An audit involves examining underlying financial transactions, studying internal controls of your organization, confirming data with third parties, reviewing supporting documentation, and evaluating the accounting principles followed. Our audit report provides reasonable assurance to the user that the financial statements are fairly presented using the basis of accounting stated. This service may be required for certain non-profit organizations and private companies. In addition, financial institutions and grantor organizations and non- management owners may require the positive assurance of an audit. Our staff is also qualified to perform audits under the governmental auditing standards, or the “Yellow Book,” and they are also qualified to perform Single Audits if required.

Quality of Our Service

We have a Peer Review of our quality control system every three years as required by our professional standards. This review is conducted by an independent CPA firm in conformity with standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a report is issued. All Peer Review have expressed a “pass” opinion that our practice meets the quality control standards established by the AICPA.

BMC's Podcast "We Are Money"

  • #015 - 2018 Tax Season Kickoff Extravaganza

    In this episode, We Are Money is LIVE at the Beasley, Mitchell & Co. 2018 Tax Season Kickoff Extravaganza. With our very special guest, John Garrett from the Green Apple Podcast, we discuss the new tax law changes, probate, and venutre down south with very our own Don Francisco. We also make time for changes to the rules of the road, chess, and what can't be made better by green chile.

  • #013 - A Singularity Down the Left Field Line

    In this episode, the We Are Money podcast rips a Singularity down the left field line. Our guest is renown speaker, economist, and futurist, Dr. Lowell Catlett.  We talk about predictions, the future, and the evolving economy. We also discuss Hollywood smells, baseball, and deducting unreimbursed employee expenses. 

  • #012 - Techno or Tech Yes!

    In this episode, our guest, Joe Villanueva, from Integra IT discusses consulting on IT and project efficiency matters. We also venture into the world of hit batters, Zillow, soda taxes, and Disney characters.

  • #011 - This Politics Me Off
    As we venture closer to election time, the We Are Money podcast, with our special guest Alice Lara from Copper State Consulting Group, delves into the world of politics...and money. We discuss the role of lobbyist and dark money in our political process, propose some Olympic modifications, and ride along with Zorro,...who apparently is not a fighting chicken at all. Enjoy!

  • #010 - Crowd "Pun"-Ding
    As we hang our 10th podcast, we surf through crowd funding and its tax and legal aspects.  We analyze the current Pokemon-Go craze, discuss capital investment in the movies, and otherwise have a "pun"-derful time. Enjoy!
  • #009 - Not Talkin' 'Bout Rich, I'm Talkin' 'Bout Wealth
    After a return from our tax season hiatus, we explore the difference between being rich and being wealthy and how people can increase their wealth. We discuss tips on protecting your assets, do a little mad-libbing, analyze the wealthiest superheroes, and... blow Brad's mind.
  • #008 - The Ocho Supremacy

    In this episode we provide you with an "Artesian well" amount of information flowing from our very special guest, Van Bullock. We discuss real estate, valuations, the Supreme Court, Jason Bourne, and certain bodily noises.

  • #007 - I Spence Yo Money!
    In this installment of the We Are Money podcast, Eric Walton of Spence Asset Management is our special guest. We discuss investing, stock markets, the role of investment advisors, copyrights and whether Clark Kent has a tax filing requirement.
  • #006 - The Code Awakens
    Episode 6 - The Code Awakens. A long time ago, in an accounting firm far, far away... (but not too far!).  We begin our Star Wars Special journey with a discussion of the 2015 tax extenders passed by the Galactic Congress as old provisions are made new again..and again...and again. We learn of the potential disinheritance of Kylo Ren and contemplate the First Order's ability to qualify for green energy tax incentives.
  • #005 - Holly Daze and Nights
    In this holiday edition of the We Are Money podcast, we discuss non-profits, charitable giving, Santa, holiday movies, and gift baskets with firearms. 

Recent Posts

Beasley, Mitchell, & Co - Certified Public Accountants © 2011

Designed, Hosted, & Maintained by NMGI WebCare