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What Is An Auditor?

Auditors examine financial records and statements to determine the validity of information, and to check for fraud. They ensure that individuals, companies, and government agencies are compliant with tax laws.
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As listed below, the CPA Training Center offers numerous audit training courses to help Auditors enhance their career while meeting company goals and exceeding expectations.

What Is An Audit?

An audit is a systematic and independent examination of books, accounts, statutory records, documents and vouchers of an organization to verify the financial statements and non-financial disclosures. An audit can apply to an entire organization or might be specific to a function, process, or production step, and might include an on-site verification, such as inspection or examination.

Types of audits include internal, external, forensic, public, tax, and information systems. Internal auditors typically examine issues related to company business practices and risks and are conducted throughout the year; external auditors typically perform a single annual audit, and should be independent of the entity being audited.

How Do I Become An Auditor? What Audit Training Classes Are Available?

Auditing is a specialty area of accounting that requires advanced training. First, the accountant should become a CPA. Next, the individual needs to determine the type of auditing he or she wants to perform. Last, you need to take the applicable audit training courses. Luckily, the offers numerous audit training courses, as outlined below.

Our Featured Audit Training Courses

Below is a list of the audit training classes offered through the CPATrainingCenter. Simply click on the course title to see more details or to order your preferred audit training class.

Measuring Audit Risk

This program is an overview or SAS No. 122, AU 300 related to the auditor's responsibility to plan the audit so that it will be performed in an effective (and efficient) manner

Auditing For Fraud

This training session covers the actual procedures that should be performed, who do you need to talk to, the importance of internal controls that limit risks, and the importance of the control environment in deterring risks.

Forensic Certified Public Accountant

A Forensic Certified Public Accountant is an individual who carries expertise as a CPA and a forensic accountant. Forensic CPAs utilize accounting and auditing skills, but also apply investigative skills to uncover what actually took place in a particular financial setting or transaction.

A Forensic CPA has the accounting and investigative knowledge to present evidence in a court of law to get an indictment or settle any kind of financial civil dispute.

How To Do A Payroll Audit - Former Auditor's Expert Advice

Payroll tax audits are increasing at both the state and federal levels. Unfortunately, many employers are simply unprepared for an audit.

Get ahead of potential trouble with this training session from Mark Schwartz, a former payroll tax auditor who will give you a proactive review of how your payroll department can catch some potential mistakes - and save your organization from fines or penalties!

This training session will teach you where to start, what to look for, common mistakes, and what you should do once you find a mistake!

Audit Report Writing

This highly specialized webinar offers a deep and useful toolbox of techniques that auditors can use when noting audit observations, drafting objective workpapers, and composing well-structured, detailed, and fluent audit reports.

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What Does An IT Auditor Do? What Are Common Auditor Responsibilities?

An auditor also can evaluate the organization's internal control and make recommendations on how to improve.

An Auditor typically examines an organization's financial records and processes to provide an independent and objective opinion that they are accurate.

Further, Auditor responsibilities include ensuring compliance with internal control procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and applicable documentation. According to the type of audit - for instance, compliance, financial, or tax - the Auditor verifies assets and liabilities by comparing items to documentation, then presents the results and recommendations to management, stakeholders, and/or regulatory bodies as necessary.

The Responsibilities Of An Auditor

The auditor helps an organization ensure that its:
  • Financial records are accurate
  • Financial statements are free of material misstatement, whether caused by error or fraud
  • Assess financial operations and work to help ensure that organizations run efficiently
  • Workers are complying with relevant laws and statutes
  • Taxes are paid properly and on time
Whether your are searching for Internal Audit, Fraud Audit, IT Audit, or any number of audit training courses, we have the course for you! Don't wait; order your audit training seminar today!

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