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Auditing explained

Dunn, John

Auditing explained

a practical guide for managers

by Dunn, John

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Kogan Page in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Auditing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography.

    StatementJohn Dunn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5667
    The Physical Object
    Pagination122p. ;
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21940347M
    ISBN 101850918546

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    That is why many people think that ledger is derived from the English word ‘ledge.’ As per the accounting principle, the transactions just after their occurrence are recorded in the primary book of account – journal in chronological order of dates with explanations. But it is not possible to determine the complete results of transactions from the journal. Auditing, therefore, is an examination of the books of accounts and vouchers of the business by an independent person who should be qualified for the job, in order to ascertain their accuracy. Objectives of Auditing: The basic objective with which auditing is done are: ADVERTISEMENTS: 1. Verification of accounts and : Tripti Singhal.


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Auditing is defined as a systematic and independent examination of data, statements, records, operations and performances (financial or otherwise) of an enterprise for a stated purpose. Financial audit specifically refers to the evaluation of the financial statements of an organization.

From Auditing For Dummies. By Maire Loughran. Auditing is the process of investigating information that’s prepared by someone else — such as a company’s financial statements — to determine whether the information is fairly stated and free of material misstatement.

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