auditor


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Synonyms for auditor

someone who listens attentively

a student who attends a course but does not take it for credit

a qualified accountant who inspects the accounting records and practices of a business or other organization

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And then, was it nothing to wield absolute supremacy over the sergeants of the police, the porter and watch of the Châtelet, the two auditors of the Châtelet,
But at the same moment, his two auditors, accompanied by the host, fell upon D'Artagnan with sticks, shovels and tongs.
5), and IT auditor testing can now represent a substantial portion of the financial statement audit work.
For example, post-SOX, audit committee members are required to be independent and have responsibility for hiring the auditor.
It is essential to note that auditor independence should be as important to Department leaders as it is to the auditors themselves.
Other operational duties may be assigned to the internal auditor by management, but these other duties should not interfere with the primary responsibility of the internal auditor.
96's guidance by requiring that audit documentation be sufficient for an experienced auditor to understand--among other things--the nature, timing, extent and results of auditing procedures the engagement auditors performed, the audit evidence they obtained and the conclusions they reached on significant matters.
due professional care allows the auditor to obtain reasonable assurance that the financial statements are free of material misstatement, whether caused by error or fraud.
The proposed amendment requires that the auditor's report not be dated earlier than the date on which the auditor has obtained sufficient competent audit evidence to support the opinion on the financial statements.
We weren't surprised by the findings of the state auditor.
Oates and Goelzer's views and demonstrate that Congress intended not to reject, but to adopt, the definitional guidance set forth in the SEC's 2000 auditor independence rule--including the rule's definitional exceptions for tax services.
What NAMIC emphasized to the state regulators is that the Securities and Exchange Commission prohibits such indemnification of the independent auditor by the client.
The ethics rules of their professional societies regulate commercial dealings between external auditors and clients to protect the integrity of financial reporting and to promote investor confidence in the auditor's opinion.
Two situations exist where an auditor should make a direct referral to a law enforcement agency: 1) when a client's primary or subsidiary business operation is fraudulent in its entirety (e.
Outlines ways that the external auditor may evaluate the effectiveness of the work done by the internal auditors.