Even though you might not audit your company, a certified accountant can conduct a cursory review
The auditor goes through financial statements and the annual report, then presents the findings and offers advice.
A general audit is common when doing interim reports and reviewing the access balance of an acquired company. This may also occur when a simpler audit is requested by the company's owner, creditors or clients.
A general audit is limited compared to other audits, and it is based on the auditor's knowledge about the company or similar companies, inquiries to the management, analysis of financial statements, and a general assessment of the financial statements and financial reports. When deemed necessary, a simple verification is also provided.
When the auditing process is done, you will receive an audit report, according to the standard of general audits (ISRE 2400/2410) or according to an extended report that includes our observations.