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English definition of “financial audit”

financial audit

noun [C]
 
 
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING
the task of checking a company or organization’s financial statements (= records and accounts) to make certain they are correct and complete, or a report that shows the results of this check: With a financial audit, a company can assure its lenders and investors that its financial position is solid. Financial audits provide independent reviews of the government's financial statements.
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