Qualities for Final Accounts
The qualities needed of the final accounts: the final accounts must possess specified qualities and these are:
a) Utilize of acceptable accounting policies, consistently applied and suitable to the business;
b) They must display the results of operations in the loss and profit account, state of affairs in the balance sheet, changes in such financial position in the statement of basis and application of funds and all other information involved in the financial statement should be compatible along with each other and along with the auditor's knowledge of the enterprise;
c) All suitable matters should be adequately disclosed and information enclosed in the accounts should be suitably presented and classified;
d) There must be compliance along with statutory requirements;
e) There must be compliance along with other relevant regulations;
f) There must be compliance along with US Accounting Standards.
The final review may reveal as:
a) All is fine or
b) Further audit evidence is compulsory i n several areas or
c) That it may be desirable to create amendments to the accounts and
d) That a qualified report may be compulsory.
The review stage is very significant in modern auditing as recent auditing opinion is moving more towards a consideration of the view provided to users through financial statements. The detail is now important however the view given must be accurate in detail and fair in entirety.