The main objective of auditing is to ensure the financial reliability of any organization. Independent opinion and judgement form the objectives of auditing. Auditing also helps to ensure that the books of accounts are kept according to the rules stipulated in the Companies Act and whether the books of accounts show a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the company or not.

This tutorial has been prepared for all those readers who wish to have a quick overview of how auditing works and helps organizations in diverse fields.

To understand this tutorial, you need to be familiar with the basics of accounting at workplace.

Course Content

Auditing Tutorial
Auditing Home
Auditing Introduction
Detection and Prevention of Fraud
Detection and Prevention of Errors
Auditing Basic Principles
Auditing Advantages
Auditing Limitations
Auditing Classifications
Preparation before an Audit
Auditing Audit Planning
Auditing Audit Program
Examples of Audit Program
Modification of Audit Program
Methods of Audit
Duties of Audit Staff
Auditing Audit Evidence
Auditing Types of Evidence
Auditing Audit Techniques
Auditing Internal Control
Auditing Internal Check
Internal Check and Auditor
Auditing Internal Audit
Auditing Audit Sampling
Auditing Audit Vouching
Auditing Mechanized Accounting
Auditing Trading Transactions
Vouching of Cash Transactions
Auditing Vouching of Ledger
Auditing Audit Verification
Depreciation, Reserves & Provision
Auditing Capital and Revenue
Auditing Audit of Hospitals
Audit of Educational Institutions
Audit of Charitable Institutions
Audit of Clubs & Theatre
Audit of Sole Proprietary Concern
Audit of Partnership Firms
Auditing Audit of Doctors
Audit of Electricity Supply Company
Audit of Shipping Company
Auditing Audit of CoOperative Societies
Auditing Audit of Hotels
Auditing Management Audit
Auditing Tax Audit
Auditing Quick Guide
Auditing Useful Resources
Auditing Discussion

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