Posts tagged: "Audit cycle"
Posted on December 12, 2014 by Laura Wright
WGA is a term that you will frequently hear across the office. For most of us, it has become a standard acronym in our audit vocabulary but if you join the office for the first time, these three letters will probably don’t mean much to you. So, what does WGA stand for and why is it so important to us? more… What is… WGA?
Posted on April 17, 2014 by Michael Carlyon
31 March marks the end of another financial year, and our audit clients close their ledgers and are starting the process of preparing their accounts. This means that the Easter break is a welcome respite before the busiest time of year for financial audit, known as final audit, begins in earnest. more… Preparing for final audit
Posted on January 24, 2014 by Laura Wright
The beginning of the year also marks the beginning of the busier time for us at the NAO, as both interim and final audit visits start to loom. Although interim visits tend to start around February, this financial year the audit fieldwork is likely to begin much sooner. more… What I’ll be up to over the next few months
Posted on August 30, 2013 by Robert Trevett
The one question I am almost always asked when I tell people that I am a financial auditor is “What is a financial auditor?” I am hopeful that in looking at this blog and being interested in the line of work you already have an answer to this question. However, what you may not necessarily know is what that work entails – which is where the audit cycle comes into play. This post will look at just the financial audit side. more… What is… an audit cycle?