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First written on: 02/12/2011 Last modified on: 07/01/2018
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What is an audit query?
It is the matter being investigated while examining financial report of a company.
When you get asked to justify an action by the auditors - eg invoice accrual
It is an inquiry from an auditor or also known as findings.
I assume an audit query is when a particular set of data is pulled to audit.
An audit query, is a explanation that is required by the audit team on certain points that they may have identified during an audit.
Audit queries are questions asked by an auditor during an investigation. These may be used to gather information to come to a conclusion in the audit.
Audit query's are questions asked by the audit during an investigation. The response can be used to help the auditor come to a conclusion regarding an audit.
The final touch of the accounts.
Any questions related to a company which is audited either by an internal or external auditor.