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An audit is when the accounting records of a company is inspected to verify if all the entries have been made as per accounting standards. Company laws across the world require periodic audits to scrutinize the records of a company, to keep a check on economic offences and to ensure true disclosure. Audit is usually carried out by professional accountants who belong to independent agencies.

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