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What does a external audit (financial statement) include for a company?

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What does an external audit (financial statement) include for a company?

An external audit includes is a review of the financial statements/reports of accompany or government. It is done by somebody not a part of the organization. They provide the entity an unbiased opinion. What they also give is they provide information to the organization that either do or do not verify the financial statements of the organization are accurate. What they are isn't accounting, but instead these ...

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The expert examines external audit financial statement included in a company.

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