Post Balance Sheet Events
Post balance sheet events occupy a very significant place in auditing and hence there is generally a program of work which is carried out in this area. This involves:i. A routine examination of that events such as group of debts, payment of creditors, sale of stocks, resolution of pending litigation;ii. A comparison of significant ratios previous to and after the year finish, seeking explanations for several material differences as they may show the presence of non-adjusting or adjusting events or have going to relate implications.iii. Verification of all material provisions and contingent liabilities at the newest feasible date prior to signing of the accounts to check whether few additional evidence exists such may affect original estimates required.iv. Review of director's minutes looking for any main new losses of customers or contract or losses of major contracts, and changes in accounting policy, capital expenditure commitments, and new borrowing or share issues, abnormal transactions or extra-ordinary, changes in market situation or products.v. Discussions along with the management, a review of management accounts, review of cash flow projections and profit forecasts, review of non-risk areas andvi. Review of relevant external information as reports in newspapers. His review might be as near as probable to the date of signing the audit report.