How auditing begins where accounting ends?
Auditing begins where Accountancy ends.
Says, Bisworanjan Nayak. Lets start with the objective The objective of financial accounting is to prepare accounts, trial balance, financial statements etc The objective of auditing is to express an opinion thereon Auditing starts where accounting ends Auditing is the big brother of accounting Accounting involves more numbers Auditing involves checking these numbers However, more math is involved in accounting Accounting is concerned with details like transactions, account balances etc Auditing gives usually cursory view…
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Most accountant and auditor positions require at least a bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field. Beginning accounting and auditing positions in the Federal Government, for example, usually require 4 years of college (including 24 semester hours in accounting or auditing) or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Some employers prefer applicants with a master's degree in accounting, or with a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting. Previous experience…
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My questions relate to the field of Auditing What does AU stand for example AU sec 324 service organizations and which organization establish these AUs?
Accounting is the process of recording, classifying and summarizing of the business events for the purpose of providing financial information to investors for decision making. Auditing is determining whether recorded information properly to the business events that occurred during the accounting period. Its main duties are observe, valuate and recommend the financial statement and the firm.