Objectivity - External Auditor Report
Many accounting figures are subjective and contain substantial terms of subjective judgment. Many more business transactions have financial effects which spread over many more years. Therefore decisions are to be made, as to the extent to such spending incurred in one year can reasonably be expected to create benefits in other years in the form of revenue. Therefore objectivity requires which accounts state externally verifiable changes than subjectively seems opinions. Therefore the accounts must be free from bias, since the creator of the accounts should not permit personal preferences to enter into their accounts preparation work. All activities are influenced through personal experience in practice and prejudice. One important thing is for the auditor to be aware of this and for him to be aware of the tendency also to bias in the all financial reporting.