What is the purpose of an auditor in a company?
An Auditor has to analyze the accounts kept by the directors of a company and let them know of the real financial updates and situation of the company. Their role is to safeguard the interest of a company’s shareholders. Their analysis and revelation of the company’s financial position help investors and shareholders make future decisions.
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