Audit cycle

The audit cycle is the period of time during which auditors may engage in auditing activities as part of their audit of a client’s financial statements. For example, auditors might examine the inventory records of a firm a few months prior to year-end to determine the accuracy of its inventory records, while issuing receivable confirmations a few months later, after the books have closed for the year.

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