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Auditing is a systematic process of examining and evaluating an organization's financial statements, records, and operations to ensure accuracy, compliance, and transparency. The primary goal of auditing is to provide assurance to stakeholders, including investors, creditors, and the public, that the financial information presented by the organization is reliable and follows established accounting principles.


Auditors must be independent and impartial. They are often external professionals or firms hired by the organization to provide an unbiased assessment of financial information. The most common form of auditing involves a thorough examination of a company's financial statements, including the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. This process ensures that the financial statements accurately represent the company's financial position and performance. Auditors assess whether the organization is adhering to applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards. This includes tax compliance, industry-specific regulations, and internal policies.

Auditing plays a crucial role in maintaining trust between businesses and their stakeholders. It provides assurance that financial information is reliable, compliance is maintained, and organizational operations are effective and efficient.

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