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Audit of the Business

In any business entity, Auditing is the important part which must be performed with high level of professionalism. Auditing of Company accounts is important and mandatory in india from passing of the first Companies Act, 1913. Auditing of a Company is important because it presents true picture of the state of affairs of the entity. Through Auditing the assessing risk and internal risk is being evaluated and there is constant checks and controls in the business. It also ensures maximum utilization of the available sources and along with timely assassination of the liabilities which can incur to the business. It also identifies the liabilities which includes in the contingent nature.

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What is Auditing?
Auditing of a business is being done to analyse the financial health of a business or an Organization. The respective Auditor understands the propositions before him/her for analysis, procures evidence, evaluates the same, and generates an opinion on the basis of his analysis which is conveyed in the form of Auditing report.
What is the requirement for appointing an auditor?
It is mandatory for every company to appoint its Auditor at the time of their first Annual General Meeting (AGM). and the decision to appoint an Auditor relies on the Board of the Company. And after appointment of an Auditor then that Auditor holds the office for at least 5 consecutive years each for individual and two terms of consecutive five (5) years in case of Auditor Firm.
When do you need an Audit?
Auditor is need when-
-A professional is earning more than 15 Lacs in a year.
-If you own a Private Limited Company, or
-Other businesses having turnover more than Rs. 1 Cr.