OLNEY, MD – Infiniti HR, a payroll and benefits company that help businesses reduce costs by effectively managing human resource functions while allowing businesses to focus on their core operations that impact profitability, demonstrates ethical standards in the marketplace. The company recently consulted with DeLeon and Stang to get an accounting procedures audit completed.
As a rising professional employer organization (PEO), Infiniti HR requested the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. DeLeon and Stang found the consolidated results of Infiniti HR’s operation and cash flows for the year ended in conformity with accounting principles accepted in the United States.
“Infiniti has more than 500 clients and we’re active with the Better Business Bureau,” Infiniti HR CEO Scott Smrkovski said. “The results of the audit will show our high ethical standards of behavior toward our customers, vendors, users, shareholders, employees and community where we do business.”
In addition, Infiniti HR is licensed in all states they operate in that require licensing. This involves extensive background checks on all owners and management in the firm to make sure they uphold values and standards that are expected of a Fortune 500 company.