Meaning auditor
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is a professional who examines and verifies a company's financial statements and records and in the United States examines a company's compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principle [..]
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n. an accountant who conducts an audit to verify the accuracy of ...
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Auditeur
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early 14c., "official who receives and examines accounts;" late 14c., "a listener," from Anglo-French auditour (Old French oieor "listener, court clerk," 13c.; Modern Fre [..]
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Third-party company that tracks, counts, and verifies ad-banner requests or verifies a Web site's ad reporting system. Source: Lazworld
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person responsible for evaluating the credits and expenses of an organization.
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This was an enrolment status until 1996. An 'auditor' did not qualify for a student grant and therefore paid a higher tuition fee than other students.
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A person authorized to conduct an audit to verify the accuracy of the financial records and accounting practices of a business or government. Many counties have an appointed or elected Auditor to make [..]
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Individual or company who evaluates the TAM system and its data quality.
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hearer: someone who listens attentively a student who attends a course but does not take it for credit a qualified accountant who inspects the accounting records and practices of a business or other o [..]
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A worker process that verifies the integrity of Object Storage objects, containers, and accounts. Auditors is the collective term for the Object Storage account auditor, container auditor, and object [..]
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Third–party company that tracks‚ counts and verifies ad-banner requests or verifies a Web site’s ad reporting system.
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an imaginary listener within a literary work, as opposed to the reader or audience outside the work.
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Definition An individual qualified (at the state level) to conduct audits. An auditor may be an internal auditor (an individual whose primary job function is to audit his or her own company) or an ext [..]
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bikher-revizior
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hearer, listener
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A person or firm that audits financing reports. Registered political parties, registered constituency associations, and candidates must appoint an auditor. (Election Act, s. 179)
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1 : a person qualified and authorized to examine and verify financial records 2 : a referee appointed by a court in a civil action ;esp : one designated to prepare an account for the court see also .. [..]
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Person who AUDITS financial accounts and records kept by others. Includes both public accounting firms registered with the PCAOB and associated persons thereof.
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An organisation, typically an independent audit firm, licensed or otherwise certified to provide financial audits and related services by professional standards or chartering authority for auditors withi [..]
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State official typically in charge of the financial management of state government, also called comptroller/controller.
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The law requires an independent person to sign off that a firm’s financial statements are “true and fair” and have been prepared using the relevant legislation…
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An auditor is a person who conducts checks and examinations of a company’s financial statements, accounts or tax declarations.
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An auditor is an individual who conducts an examination and verification of a company's financial and accounting records and supporting documents.
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's opinion is a written statement describing an auditor's independent, unbiased and qualified evaluation of the accuracy and completeness of a company's financial statements and practic [..]
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's report is a statement included in a company's annual financial report that certifies the validity of a company's financial statements according to an outside auditor.
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(n) someone who listens attentively(n) a student who attends a course but does not take it for credit(n) a qualified accountant who inspects the accounting records and practices of a business or other [..]
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An independent public accountant or certified internal auditor that performs the Green-e Verification Audit and reports on agreed-upon procedures.
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  Person employed to verify, independently, the quality and integrity of the work that has been undertaken within a particular area, with reference to accepted procedures. *** The Information Security Glossary ***
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An auditor is a person employed to independently verify the quality and integrity of the work that has been undertaken within a particular area, with reference to accepted procedures.
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A person qualified to inspect, correct and verify business accounts.
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 A third party independent organization that performs audits.   
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An officer appointed by the State or the Department of Education Western Australia empowered to audit an establishment's accounts.
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See Premium Auditor.
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A firm of accountants who check ("audit") a company’s accounts and decide whether the published report is accurate.
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Individual or company who evaluates the TAM system and its data quality.
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n. an accountant who conducts an audit to verify the accuracy of the financial records and accounting practices of a business or government. A proper audit will point out deficiencies in accounting an [..]
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Legal entity or individual commissioned with the annual review of accounting and business management. The law requires the deployment of a professionally qualified auditor.
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Auditors are required to certify that the accounts produced by their client companies have been prepared in accordance with accounting standards and represent a true and fair view of the company.
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An independent firm or person who checks the accounts against agreed standards.
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AUDITEUR / AUDITRICE A student who has been authorized by one of the faculties to take one or more courses but who does not obtain credits for the course. Auditors are not entitled to write examinations or to hand in assignments and may not change their status after the deadline has passed for course changes for the session in which they are enroll [..]
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An auditor is a person or a firm appointed by a company to execute an audit. To act as an auditor, a person should be certified by the regulatory authority of accounting and auditing or possess certai [..]
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In ecclesiastical terminology, an Auditor (from a Latin word meaning "hearer") is a person given authority to hear cases in an ecclesiastical court.
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A student who is officially enrolled in one or more courses for no credits.
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