1. Explain what is Internal Audit?

The internal audit is conducted to help the management. The weakness of the management is disclosed. The external audit is conducted to help the shareholder. The rights of owners are protected. The appointment of internal audit is made by the management. The appointment in external audit is made by the shareholders. Internal audit is the part of internal control.

2. Explain what is External audit?

External audit is the not the part of internal control.The internal audit can suggest improvement in internal check system. The external audit can not suggest improvement in internal check system. The internal audit can perform his duties under the terms of appointment. The management can limit the scope of work at any time. The external auditor can perform his work to terms of appointment and other prescribed law. The scope is very wide. Internal audit is an employee of the company. He is not an independent person. External auditor is not an employee of the company.

3. How internal audit differ from an external audit?

Internal audit nothing but the checking the product that you produced.
External audit is checking your product by your customer.

Here it means you may not find mistakes in your processes but a third man who comes and check the system he may see some deviations in the system and give suggestions for the improvements of the system.

4. List the basic principles of an internal audit controlsystem?

The basic principles of financial internal control are explained below:Financial and accounting operations must be separated that is the handling of cash and the recording of the movement thereof should be done by different persons. Responsibility for the performance of the job must be clearly stated so that there may be no room for doubt or confusion subsequently.

Too much confidence should not be pinned in one individual. Nearly all frauds have been committed by trusted officials or employees. It is interesting to note that frauds have occurred owing to their being trusted. Relation principle relating to transfer of an employee from one job to another should be the inflexible guiding rule. This is an effective safeguard against collusion and is recognized as an important canon of sound organization.

Mechanization of the work wherever feasible and practicable should be resorted to, mechanical devices such as cash register, recording time clocks, calculation machines should be introduced. A system of control accounts should elegantly be fitted in the book keeping system.

The work should be so arranged that work done by one employee should be properly checked by independent employee. Such continuous and constant checking goods moral control and the errors and the frauds cannot go undetected.

5. Explain intangible assets?

Intangible assets are those which we can't be seen like goodwill of the company.

6. Explain tangible assets?

Tangible Assets are those assets which we can see or touch like fixed asset ,machinery,etc.

7. Explain vouching?

Vouching is the process of checking for the existence an example for this is checking from the final record to the supporting document.

8. Who audit an auditing firm?

One auditing firm can audit other auditing firm.

9. Explain CARO 2004?

CARO means company audit report order 2004.It describes the matter on witch Statutory Auditors has to report in their Audit Report.

10. Explain social audit?

Social audit is performed to know the corporate social responsibility.