Advantages and Disadvantages of Joint Audits
The general disadvantages and advantages of joint audits as:Advantages1. All fees and work are welcome to audit firms.2. An occasion to closely examine the auditing methods of other firm.3. The other firm may have extraordinary expertise that might fit well in a joint business.4. The other firm may have geographical place possibilities that complement.5. The other firm may be of that a size such a client company can be serviced that may otherwise be beyond obtainable resources.6. Flexibility of working arrangements along with another firm may avert bottlenecks owing to staff shortage on peak times.Disadvantagesi. Shared legal responsibility. Liability for co-auditor's negligence.ii. Lack of control. Another firm may have dissimilar audit standards that may be unsatisfactory.iii. Any shared work or task may lead to personality clashes.