What Personal Information Do We Collect?
In order to meet our clients’ needs throughout the course of our audit procedures, we collect various types of sensitive non-public personal.
- Information that we receive from our clients during the course of our engagement when you meet in person or over the phone, when you send us information by mail or email, through our website, secure portal, and on other documents or forms that we use in preparing or providing services to our clients.
- Information we receive from you when your browser interacts with us when you visit our website. Such information includes information transmitted on an internet “cookie,” such as your password to our site, your preferences on the site, and your internet service provider’s address.
Is Personal Information Shared With Others?
We do not share any personal information about you to anyone without your express consent, except as permitted by law and as described below. The law permits disclosure in certain instances, such as if we must share information to protect against fraud, in response to a court subpoena, to others who are assuring our compliance with professional accounting standards (peer review), and the like.
How Do We Protect The Confidentiality and Security of Your Personal Information?
Keeping your information confidential and secure is of utmost importance to us. We follow standard industry practices to actively protect the confidentiality, security, and integrity of your personal information. We also maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to guard your personal information. In so doing, we restrict access to your personal information to those employees who need to know that information to provide products or services to you and to support service companies and financial institutions mentioned above. In turn, those companies are legally and contractually bound to maintain the privacy of any personal information shared with them. Additionally, our employees are bound by internal confidentiality policies and are subject to disciplinary action for any policy violations.
What if You Become a Former Client?
Our professional ethical obligations and responsibilities have always demanded no less than the highest regard and duties toward the confidentiality of your personal information and the security of your privacy. We will protect your personal information, use it appropriately, and accomplish your engagements with us in such a manner so as to always maintain your trust and confidence in us.