In the audit of a company in Hong Kong, the auditor requires the client to confirm all the bank accounts owned by the client, and the bank will inform the auditor of the balance of the client's account on the audit report deadline in the form of confirmation.
Be doingHong Kong corporate auditWhen, the auditor requires the client to confirm all the bank accounts owned by the client, and the bank will inform the auditor of the balance of the client's account on the audit report deadline in the form of confirmation. During the audit, the auditor will generally use this amount.
In our work, we often find that the bank balance provided by the client's own account book is inconsistent with the amount of the bank letter. Why does this happen?
Generally, there are two reasons for this situation. One is that the customer has not downloaded the complete bank statement, or even forgotten some foreign currency account customers, which leads to the loss of their own bank accounts, and the data cannot match the bank letter amount. In this case, the customer only needs to make up the missing bank statement by himself.
The second reason is that the account records are confused or the bank statement is confused with the cash when the customer records the account, resulting in book errors and can not match the amount of the bank letter. In this case, the customer needs to clarify the account and accurately record the relevant accounting accounts.
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