What is an Unaudited Opinion?
An unaudited opinion is a written statement describing an audit before the audit occurs’s expectations about the outcome of its
How Does an Unaudited Opinion Work?
Before an audit occurs, the may an unaudited opinion, expressing what it expects to find and its view of the overall condition of the company's books and records. An is an independent, unbiased and qualified evaluation of the accuracy and completeness of a company’s financial statements and practices, as well as an evaluation of a company’s compliance with Generally Accepted Standards (GAAP).
After the actual audit occurs, if the auditor feels that a company’s financial statements are fair and accurate, it an unqualified opinion and does so using a standard reporting template (this is why many opinions read the same way).
Why Does an Unaudited Opinion Matter?
An unaudited opinion is a prediction about what the audit will find. The opinion may change after the actual audit is performed, though it is very important to understand that are not responsible for detecting all instances of fraud or financial misrepresentation. An unaudited opinion occurs before those steps are taken and thus carries much less weight than an actual audit opinion.
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