audit

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hesapları denetlemek
{i} denetim

Bu mali denetim, aynı zamanda şirketin varlıklarının bir değerlendirmesini içerir. - This financial audit also includes an evaluation of the company's assets.

{i} hesap denetimi
(Ticaret) teftiş etmek
(Bilgisayar) denetlerken
(Askeri,Ticaret) hesap teftişi
(Askeri) hesap denetlemesi
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsız denetim
(Tıp) yoklama
(Ticaret) teftiş
{i} kesin hesap
resmi hesap bilanço kontrolü yapmak
yıllık hesap denetimi
{f} hesapları kontrol et
denetle

Hesaplar denetlenmektedir. - The accounts have been audited.

dinleyiciler
{f} kontrol etmek
hesapları kontrol etmek
{i} sistemli inceleme
{i} (hesapları) denetleme
denetle,v.hesapları kontrol et: n.kesin hesap
{f} denetlemek
defterleri kontrol et
defter kontrol
hesapların gözden geçirilmesi
auditory canal kulak y
{i} hesapların kontrolü
hesapların kontrolu
{f} (hesapları) denetlemek
{f} incelemek
(Askeri) HESAP TEFTİŞİ; HESAP DENETLEMESİ: Kara ordusu içinde, bütün seviyelerdeki komuta ve manajman işlerine, koruyucu ve yapıcı bir hizmet mahiyetinde, mali muhasebe ve ilgili faaliyetlerin incelenmesine ait, bağımsız kıymetlendirme faaliyeti
auditor hesap kontrolörlüğü
(Avrupa Birliği) murakabe, muhasebe denetimi
(Nükleer Bilimler) denetleme,uygunluk denetimi,uygunluk denetlemesi, uygunluk değerlendirmesi
dinlemek
(Ticaret) tetkik
(Tıp) odit
(Ticaret) kontrol
denetleme (hesapları)
denetleme
(Hukuk) hesap denetimi yapmak
(Hukuk) bilanço kontrolü yapmak
(Hukuk) muhasebe denetimi
audit board
denetçiler kurulu
audit court
(Ticaret) divanı muhasebat
audit findings
denetim bulguları
audit logs
(Bilgisayar) denetim günlükleri
audit opinion
(Ticaret) denetim kanaati
audit policy
denetim politikası
audit programme
(Ticaret) denetim programı
audit report
(Ticaret) denetim raporu
audit report
(Ticaret) teftiş raporu
audit scope
(Ticaret) denetimin kapsamı
audit scope
denetim kapsamı
audit software
(Bilgisayar) denetçi yazılımı
audit success
(Bilgisayar) denetim başarılı
audit trail
(Bilgisayar) bilgiişlem denetim tarihçesi
audit trail
(Bilgisayar) denetim tarihçesi
audit court
sayman
audit total
denetim toplamı
audit trail
denetleme yolu
audit assignment
denetim atama
audit commitee
denetim komitesi
audit conducted
yapılan denetleme/denetim
audit prior
mali kontrol önceliği
audit approach
denetim stratejisi
audit approach
(Kanun) denetim yöntemi
audit approaches
(Ticaret) denetim yaklaşımları
audit assurance
(Ticaret) denetim güven düzeyi
audit boot
(Bilgisayar) denetimi ön yükle
audit boot
(Bilgisayar) denetim önyüklemesi
audit committees
denetim kurulları
audit criteria
(Ticaret) denetim kriterleri
audit department
(Ticaret) teftiş bölümü
audit department
(Ticaret) murakabe bölümü
audit failure
(Bilgisayar) denetim başarısız
audit finding
(Ticaret) denetim bulgusu
audit flag
Denetim Bayrağı
audit kits
(Ticaret) ayrıntılı denetim rehberi
audit mandate
(Ticaret) denetim yetkisi ve görevi
audit mandate
(Kanun) denetim görev ve yetkisi
audit notebook
(Ticaret) teftiş defteri
audit objectives
(Ticaret) denetim hedefleri
audit office
saymanlık
audit on records
(Avrupa Birliği) (TMDF16-3) kayıtların denetimi
audit period
(Ticaret) murakabe devresi
audit period
(Ticaret) teftiş dönemi
audit phases
(Ticaret) denetimin aşamaları
audit procedures
denetim usulleri
audit program
(Ticaret) teftiş programı
audit software
denetci yazilimi
audit standards
(Ticaret) teftiş standartları
audit system
(Ticaret) teftiş sistemi
audit window
denetim penceresi
audit year
(Ticaret) denetime tabi tutulan yıl
annual audit
(Askeri) yıllık hesap denetlemesi
auditing
(Bilgisayar) denetimler
auditing
(Ticaret) hesap denetimi
auditing
(Ticaret) mali denetleme
competitive audit
(Ticaret) rekabetçi denetim
comprehensive audit
geniş kapsamlı denetim
continuous audit
(Ticaret) sürekli teftiş
energy audit
enerji bilançosu
environmental audit
çevre denetimi
financial audit
(Ticaret) finansal denetim
financial audit
(Ticaret) mali denetim
financial audit
(Ticaret) mali kontrol
independent audit committee
(Ticaret) bağımsız denetim komitesi
independent audit company
(Ticaret) bağımsız gözetim şirketi
independent audit report
(Ticaret) bağımsız denetim raporu
interim audit
ara teftiş
internal audit
(Ticaret) iç denetleme
management audit
yönetim denetimi
result measurement audit
(Ticaret) sonuç ölçüm denetimi
social audit
(Ticaret) sosyal denetim
success audit
(Bilgisayar) başarı denetimi
supreme audit
(Ticaret) yüksek denetim
supreme audit institution
(Kanun) yüksek denetim kurumu
cash audit
kasa kontrolü
cash audit
nakit kontrolü
computer audit package
bilgisayar denetleme paketi
general audit
genel denetim
general audit
umumi teftiş
general audit
umumi kontrol
independent audit
bağımsız denetim
auditable
Denetlenebilir
building audit
yapı denetim
external audit
dış denetim
functional audit
İşlevsel hesap denetimi
internal audit
İç tetkik
tax audit
vergi incelemesi
Defense Contract Audit Agency
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı Anlaşmalar Denetim Kuruluşu
annual audit
(Askeri) YILLIK HESAP DENETLEMESİ; YILLIK MURAKABE
army audit agency
(Askeri) KARA KUVVETLERİ HESAP TEFTİŞ DAİRESİ
attest audit
(Kanun) doğruluk denetimi
auditing
hesapları denetleme
auditing
denetleme
auditing
Denetliyor
auditing
Denetleniyor
bank audit
(Ticaret) banka denetimi
board of audit
(Askeri) MALİ DENETLEME KURULU, HESAP TEFTİŞ KURULU
certification audit
(Ticaret) tasdik denetimi
complete audit
(Ticaret) tam teftiş
complete audit
(Ticaret) tam denetim
computer audit
bilgiislem sisteminin denetimi
computer system audit
bilgisayar sisteminin denetlenmesi
detailed audit
(Ticaret) etraflı teftiş
detailed audit
(Ticaret) teferruatlı teftiş
events to audit
(Bilgisayar) denetlenecek olaylar
external audit
(Ticaret) harici teftiş
external audit
(Ticaret) dış teftiş
functional configuration audit
(Askeri) fonksiyonel konfigürasyon denetimi
independent audit
(Ticaret) bağımsız muhasebe denetimi
limited audit
(Ticaret) kısıtlı denetim
limited audit
(Ticaret) kısmi denetim
limited audit
(Ticaret) kısmi teftiş
limited audit
(Ticaret) kısmi denetleme
location audit
(Askeri) YER BULMA KARTI KONTROLU (ORD.): Malzeme yerleştirme kartında gösterilen bilgiler üzerinde yapılan bir kontrol
location audit
(Askeri) yer bulma kartı kontrolü
marketing audit
(Ticaret) pazarlama denetimi
partial audit
(Ticaret) kısmi denetim
partial audit
(Ticaret) sınırlı denetim
preliminary audit
(Ticaret) geçici denetim
product quality audit
(Nükleer Bilimler) mamul kalite isteği
quality audit
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite tetkiki
quality system audit
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite sistem isteği
risks to audit office
(Ticaret) denetim kurumuna yönelik risk
security audit
Güvenlik Denetimi
security audit trail
guvenlik denetimi izi
special audit
(Ticaret) özel teftiş
İngilizce - İngilizce
To conduct an independent review and examination of system records and activities in order to test the adequacy and effectiveness of data security and data integrity procedures, to ensure compliance with established policy and operational procedures, and to recommend any necessary changes
Spiritual counseling, which forms the core of Dianetics
A judicial examination
An examination in general
An independent review and examination of records and activities to assess the adequacy of system controls, to ensure compliance with established policies and operational procedures, and to recommend necessary changes in controls, policies, or procedures

National Assembly audit.

To attend an academic class on a not-for-academic-credit basis
{v} to examin and adjust accounts by persons authorized
{n} an examination of accounts under authority
To examine and adjust, as an account or accounts; as, to audit the accounts of a treasure, or of parties who have a suit depending in court
Verification of financial records and accounting procedures generally conducted by a CPA or accounting firm or if you're really unlucky, the IRS
The examination of documents, records, reports, systems of internal control, accounting and financial procedures, and other evidence for one or more of the following purposes
an inspection of the accounting procedures and records by a trained accountant It is the systematic examination of financial books and records involving analyses, tests, and confirmations to determine their accuracy, completeness, and compliance with established standards
The independent examination of records and activities to ensure compliance with established controls, policy, and operational procedures, and to recommend any indicated changes in controls, policy, or procedures
The result of an independent accountant's review of the statements and footnotes to ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and to render an opinion on the fairness of the financial statements
The examination of some or all of the following items: documents, records, reports, systems of internal control, accounting procedures, and other evidence, for one or more of the following purposes: (a) determining the propriety, legality, and mathematical accuracy of proposed or consummated transactions; (b) ascertaining whether all transactions have been recorded; and (c) determining whether transactions are accurately reflected in the accounts and in the statements drawn therefrom in accordance with accepted accounting principles
Inspection and verification of financial accounts, records and accounting procedures
A procedure used to validate that controls are in place and adequate for their purposes Includes recording and analyzing activities to detect intrusions or abuses into an information system Inadequacies found by an audit are reported to appropriate management personnel
A professional examination and verification performed by either an independent party or internal audit function of a company's accounting documents and supporting data Upon completion of the examination, the auditor will render an opinion as to the fairness, consistency, and conformity of the information with GAAP
a methodical examination or review of a condition or situation; "he made an audit of all the plants on his property"; "an energy efficiency audit"; "an email log audit"
The determination of whether and to what extent Activities and procedures conform to norms and criteria set out in advance, and are adequate to meet stated objectives
To settle or adjust an account
An examination and verification of a company's financial and accounting records and supporting documents by a professional, such as a Certified Public Accountant An IRS examination of an individual or corporation's tax return, to verify its accuracy
attend academic courses without getting credit
  State law requires that a financial audit be done annually by an independent Certified Public Accountant on every County   The primary objective of an audit is to determine if the County's financial statements present fairly the County's financial position and the financial transactions for the previous fiscal year in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles   It is customary for an independent auditor to issue a Management Letter stating the adequacy of the County's internal controls for the safeguarding of funds and other assets as well as recommending improvements to the County's financial management practices
A verification or determination of actual exposures, classes, locations, Experience Mods, Named insured's, etc , for the purpose of computing actual premiums An interim audit is an audit that occurs prior to the termination of the policy period A final audit would occur after the end of the policy period
a systematic and independent examination of trial-related activities and documents to determine whether the evaluated trial-related activities were conducted, and the data were recorded, analysed and accurately reported according to the protocol, standard operating procedures (SOPs), good clinical practice (GCP), and the applicable regulatory requirements
When an accountant audits an organization's accounts, he or she examines the accounts officially in order to make sure that they have been done correctly. Each year they audit our accounts and certify them as being true and fair. Audit is also a noun. The bank first learned of the problem when it carried out an internal audit. Examination of the records and reports of an enterprise by accounting specialists other than those responsible for their preparation. Public auditing by independent accountants is common in large firms. The auditor performs tests to determine whether the firm's statements were prepared in accordance with acceptable accounting principles and that they fairly present its financial position and operating results. Personal tax audits are carried out to determine whether people have accurately reported their financial circumstances when filing their taxes. Failing such an audit may result in a fine, or, in cases of extensive and deliberate deception, criminal prosecution. See also Internal Revenue Service
Independent review and examination of records and activities to assess the adequacy of system controls, to ensure compliance with established security policies and procedures, and/or to recommend necessary changes in controls, policies, or procedures to meet security objectives
Verification of the legality and regularity of the implementation of resources, carried out by independent auditors An audit determines whether, and to what extent, the activities and organisational procedures conform to norms and criteria set out in advance An audit helps an organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and government processes In an internal audit the auditors report to the organisation being audited, while in an external audit the auditors report to either those who own the organisation (for example the board) or fund it
Review and examination of property/maintenance organizations, records, and operations to verify compliance with established government and Stanford requirements
A formal examination of an organization's or individual's accounts or financial situation An audit may also include examination of compliance with applicable award terms, laws, regulations and policies
The examination of records and documents and the securing of other evidence by a qualified accountant for one or more of the following purposes: (a) determining the propriety of proposed or completed transactions, (b) ascertaining whether all transactions have been recorded, (c) determining whether transactions are accurately recorded in the accounts and in the statements drawn from the accounts
A general receptacle or receiver
An IRS examination and verification of a taxpayer's return or other transactions with tax consequences An office audit is an audit by the IRS that is conducted in the agent's office A field audit is conducted by the IRS on the business premises of the taxpayer or in the office of the tax practitioner representing the taxpayer
An audience; a hearing
{f} examine accounts; verify accounts
The examination and verification of the sale of a product A method for measuring sales in a store by counting beginning inventory, adding new shipments, and subtracting ending inventory Also used to determine inventory lost to theft
Inspection and verification of financial accounts, records, and accounting procedures
{i} examination of financial accounts
an inspection of the accounting procedures and records by a trained accountant or CPA
is the inspection of the accounting records and procedures of a business, government unit, or other reporting entity by a trained accountant for the purpose of forming an opinion on the truth and fairness of the financial statements It could be conducted by a member of the organization (internal audit) or by an outsider (independent audit) An independent audit determines the truth and fairness of the financial statements A tax audit determines whether the appropriate tax was paid An internal audit generally determines whether the company's procedures are followed and whether embezzlement or other illegal activity occurred
The result of such an examination, or an account as adjusted by auditors; final account
An examination in general; a judicial examination
of accounts and tax returns; with the intent to verify
attend academic courses without getting credit of accounts and tax returns; with the intent to verify
The inspection and examination of a process or quality system to ensure compliance to requirements An audit can apply to an entire organization or may be specific to a function, process or production step
audit trail
A formal record or log of the financial transactions of an organization or system, especially such a computerized record
audit trails
plural form of audit trail
audit report
The Auditor's report or audit report is a formal opinion, or disclaimer thereof, issued by either an internal auditor or an independent external auditor as a result of an internal or external audit or evaluation performed on a legal entity or subdivision thereof (called an “auditee”)
Audit Commission
an independent organization in the UK that examines the spending of money by local government councils, and finds ways of reducing their costs
audit commission
A Government body with responsibility for assuring value of money from local authorities, the NHS and the police
audit commission
The Audit Commission has a duty to specify local authority (includes Police Authority) performance indicators as set out in the Audit Commission Act 1998
audit commission
A freestanding government body which audits local government authorities and health authorities They were formed to promote the best use of public money
audit program
a listing of audit procedures to be performed in completing an audit
audit trail
A manual or computerized means for tracing the transactions affecting the contents of a record
audit trail
A chronological record of system activities that is sufficient to enable the reconstruction and examination of the sequence of environments and activities surrounding or leading to an operation, procedure, or event in a security-relevant transaction from inception to final results [NCSC88]
audit trail
The process whereby a company's accounting system is audited, starting with the original transactions and ending with the set of financial statements which represent the company's financial position and performance during the period under review
audit trail
documentation that allows reconstruction of the course of events
audit trail
A file or database that contains a list of changes made to a specific file The information includes the name of the file, the date and time of the change, the person making the change, and the text of the change itself
audit trail
a chronological record of system activities that is sufficient to enable the reconstruction, reviewing, and examination of the sequence of environments and activities surrounding or leading to an operation, a procedure, or an event in a transaction from its inception to final results Sometimes specifically referred to as a security audit trail
audit trail
A system or report that provides the transactions and background data that created a current status
audit trail
The record of trading information identifying for example, the brokers participating in each transaction, the firms clearing the trade, the terms and time of the trade, and, ultimately and when applicable, the customers involved
audit trail
In computer/network systems: Record of events (protocols, written documents, and other evidence) which can be used to trace the activities and usage of a system Such material is crucial when tracking down successful attacks/attackers, determining how the attacks happened, and being able to use this evidence in a court of law Authentication The process of establishing the validity of the user attempting to gain access to a system Primary authentication methods are
audit trail
In computer security systems, a chronological record of system resource usage This includes user login, file access, other various activities, and whether any actual or attempted security violations occurred, legitimate and unauthorized
audit trail
The record of trading information identifying, for example, the brokers participating in each transaction, the firms clearing the trade, the terms and time of the trade, and, ultimately, and when applicable, the customers involved
audit trail
In computer security systems, a chronological record of system resource usage This includes user login, file access, security violations occurred, legitimate or unauthorized
audit trail
Record of transaction in an information system Audit trails enable a user to identify and verify the activity of an information system In TUFIMS, audit trails are the detailed records of transactions at various stages used to trace a source document through final processing and/or to verify the accuracy of the information entered or altered In effect, the primary function of TUFIMS is to provide audit trails
audit trail
Manual or computerized tracing of the transactions affecting the contents or origin of a record Usually, an audit trail documents each time a record was accessed, who accessed it, and what changes, if any, were made
audit trail
In the context of sensemaking, a representation of the set of layered sources, assumptions, and annotations related to a conclusion See accountability in sensemaking
audit trail
Information on the significant steps in the progress of a transaction which allows an auditor to determine that there are no errors in the reporting of the transaction In electronic commerce a good audit trail can help resolve programming errors and discrepancies in the how a transaction is recorded by the parties to the transaction
audit trail
A step-by-step record by which financial data can be traced to its source
audit trail
Record of documentation describing actions taken, decisions made, and funds expended and earned on a project Used to reconstruct the project after the fact for lessons learned and other purposes
audit trail
A software tracking system used for data security An audit trail is attached to a file each time it is opened so an operator can trace who has accessed a file and when
audit trail
Chronological record of system activities or message routing that permits reconstruction and examination of a sequence of events
audit trail
A chronological record of system resource usage This includes user login, file access, and other activities, as well as whether any actual or attempted security violations occurred, either legitimate or unauthorized
audit trail
The historic data and information which are available for examination in order to prove the correctness and integrity with which the agreed security procedures related to a key or transaction which allows breaches in security to be detectable
audit trail
Manual or computerized tracing of the transactions affecting the contents or origin of a record
audit trail
manual or computerized recording of transactions affecting the contents or origin of a record
audit trail
A record showing who has accessed a computer system and what operations they have performed during a defined period of time Audit trails are useful for maintaining security and for recovering lost transactions
carbon audit
The systematic measurement of the carbon footprint of a person, organization or state, for use in carbon emissions trading
energy audit
An assessment of the energy needs and efficiency of a building or buildings
internal audit
Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes.[1] Internal auditing is a catalyst for improving an organization’s effectiveness and efficiency by providing insight and recommendations based on analyses and assessments of data and business processes. With commitment to integrity and accountability, internal auditing provides value to governing bodies and senior management as an objective source of independent advice. Professionals called internal auditors are employed by organizations to perform the internal auditing activity
unqualified audit report
(Finans) A "clean" audit report, indicating the auditor's opinion that a client's financial statements are fairly presented in accordance with agreed upon criteria (e.g. GAAP). This is the desired opinion of each company
annual audit
yearly examination of a company's financial records by an external accountant
audited
past of audit
auditing
Scientology counseling, taken from the Latin word audire which means "to hear or listen " Auditing is a very unique form of personal counseling which helps an individual look at his own existence and improves his ability to confront what he is and where he is
auditing
The monitoring and recording of computer use
auditing
The examination of financial statements and their underlying data to determine whether the statements are fairly presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles Auditing is done by CPAs or others licensed by the state or authorized by the government to do such work (Source: FHA Handbook 4370 4 REV-1, Appendix 2)
auditing
Section of the Uniform CPA Examination which covers knowledge of generally accepted auditing standards and procedures and the skills needed to apply them in auditing and attestation engagements
auditing
attending a class without receiving credit Students must be enrolled, receive permission from the instructor, declare audit status at the time of registration, and pay the tuition and fees for the class
auditing
Tracking the success or failure of events associated with an object, such as writing to a file, and recording the audited events in an event log of a Windows 2000 server or workstation
auditing
Registering for and attending a class regularly without completing the work required for credit; requires agreement of the instructor (No grade points or credit hours are earned for audited courses )
auditing
A service that reliably and securely records security-related events producing an audit trail enabling the reconstruction and examination of a sequence of events Security events could include authentication events, policy enforcement decisions, and others The resulting audit trail may be used to detect attacks, confirm compliance with policy, deter abuse, or other purposes
auditing
The process an operating system uses to detect and record security-related events, such as an attempt to create, access, or delete objects such as files and directories The records of such events are stored in a file known as a security log, whose contents are available only to those with the proper clearance
auditing
Reviewing a Revision object submitted to the repository for acceptance or rejection An auditor is a member of an audit organization, which is responsible for accepting or rejecting a Revision object See also Revision object
auditing
Determining the correct transportation charges due the carrier; auditing involves checking the freight bill for errors, correct rate, and weight
auditing
An element of configuration management that consists of independent examinations of work products and activities to assess compliance with designated criteria For example, see configuration audit and software baseline audit
auditing
The act of counting the number of visitors to or impressions sent from a website during a defined time period
auditing
Facilitates monitoring of the usage of data sets Must be "turned on" in the MCAT
auditing
The process of recording activity as it occurs The auditing system in Oracle allows you to record different types of database activity and access to database objects
auditing
Windows NT's capability to record and report security-related events, such as accessing, creating, or deleting files
auditing
Auditing involves records the sequence of activities that occur on any given file or body of content within a content management system This sequence of events - an audit trail - can be used by content contributors, managers, and auditors alike to determine how and why content was changed
auditing
the approach of creating a database that records specific events that occur in your network
auditing
This Visitor Permission Form is used for students that want to audit a course Students pay the regular credit hours fee per course
auditing
(p 553) The job of reviewing and evaluating the records used to prepare a company's financial statements
auditing
the application of Dianetics or Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor The exact definition of auditing is: The action of asking a person a question (which he can understand and answer), getting an answer to that question and acknowledging him for that answer
auditing
The act of verifying the correctness of a procedure
auditing
present participle of audit
auditing
The process of capturing user activity and other events on the system, storing this information in a set of files called an audit trail, and producing system activity reports to fulfill site security policy
auditing
To track the activities of users by recording selected types of events in the security log of a server or a workstation
audits
third-person singular of audit
audits
Finalizes and officially examines accounts
audits
This describes the process of monitoring an organisation’s hardware and software resources In general, audits are used as a deterrent against theft and the use of illegal software
audits
Audits by the Forest Practices Board are conducted in accordance with the auditing standards developed by the Board These standards are consistent with generally accepted auditing standards The audits determine compliance with the Code based on audit criteria derived from the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act and the related regulations The audit criteria were established for the evaluation or measurement of each practice required by the Code These reflect judgements about the level of performance that constitutes compliance with each requirement
audits
plural of , audit
audits
A full-time student may audit one or more courses a semester without an additional charge Election of the audit must be done at the point of registration for the course or within the deadline of registration for adding a course There is no notation on the transcript in case of unsuccessful completion or withdrawal from an audit Students may withdraw from an audit thorough the last day of classes Permission to audit requires the signature of the instructor College policy prohibits changing and audit to credit or vice versa after the add deadline (Academic Catalogue p 42)
energy audit
An evaluation of energy consumption, as in a home or business, to determine ways in which energy can be conserved
external audit
An evaluation conducted by one organization, such as a CPA firm, on another
external audit
a review of financial statements and accounting records by an accountant not belonging to the firm
external audit
Also known as third party audit A periodic process carried out by an external body, e g , National Measurement Accreditation Service (NAMAS), to check that the laboratory’s quality assurance system is effective, documented and adhered to by all staff
financial audit
an attestation that the client's financial statement is accurate
financial audit
official investigation of a business' accounts by an auditor
general audit
investigation of financial records by an outside agency
internal audit
A periodic count of all cash at a teller's station to ensure that deposits and withdrawals balance with the amount that should be at that station
internal audit
An independent appraisal activity within an enterprise whether by the staff of the enterprise or by firm of accountants appointed for that purpose, for the review of accounting, financial and other operations and controls as a basis for service to management It involves a specialised application of the techniques of auditing
internal audit
An audit by a company's own personnel to determine the effectiveness of accounting procedures An internal auditor verifies the reliability of accounting records, determines the safeguarding of company assets, and determines that management's policies are being carried out
internal audit
An examination of a company's records, policies, and procedures that is conducted by the company's own employees to ensure that service standards are met, data recorded in the company's files is accurate and complete, and established procedures are being followed Contrast with external audit
internal audit
A periodic process, carried out by laboratory staff, to check that the laboratory’s quality assurance system is effective, documented and adhered to by all staff
internal audit
means audits conducted by, or on behalf of, the organisation itself for internal purposes
internal audit
a control by a company's own accountants, checking for completeness, accuracy and deviations from standard accounting procedures
internal audit
AUDIT performed within an entity by its staff rather than an independent certified public accountant
internal audit
{i} internal inspection; inspection of one's accounts or other business transactions by one's own accountant
limited audit
an audit of limited scope limited in time span or confined to particular accounts etc
post-implementation audit
(Ticaret) A review process that takes place after the installation of a new system to determine status, level of user satisfaction, accomplishment of stated goals and further action items required. It is usually timed to allow the new system to operate for a given period, such as a quarter, to concentrate on ongoing issues rather than those generated and resolved at cutover time
social audit
an official examination of how well a company behaves, for example how it treats its workers, the environment etc
audit