The purpose of a financial audit is to provide an objective independent examination of the financial statements, which increases the value and credibility of the financial statements.
A financial audit is conducted to provide an opinion whether financial statements (the information being verified) are stated in accordance with specified criteria (wikipedia). The primary purpose for financial audits is to give regulators, investors, directors, and managers reasonable assurance that financial statements are accurate and complete.
Our CPA partner with high qualified auditor will audit your financial report and assure that your financial statements are free of material misstatements. During a financial audit, an auditor reviews financial statements to provide a formal auditor’s opinion. This opinion is attached to the front of the organization’s financial statements to provide assurance that they are fairly presented – in other words, that they meet generally accepted accounting principles and have been audited by an independent auditor.
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