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Title: Using Analytical Procedure In Auditing Process To Assess Going Concern
Authors: Hamdan, Omar
Alnakhala, Mahmoud
Abdulwahab, Abdulrahman
Keywords: Using Analytical
Procedure
In Auditing
Process
To Assess
Going Concern
Issue Date: 2-Jul-2017
Abstract: The Analytical Procedure is considered the tool that enables businessmen, investors, financial institutions, financial analysts and others to do their studies and conclusions to obtain the information they're looking for about the financial entity. The Analytical Procedure depends upon the comparative method; this method is numerous depending to trends, nature and the scope of comparison. Theauditor will be able through financial analysis by financial ratios to institute early warning instruction for the project's Management before its real failure and obstruction and to be sure that the project will continue in operating its business during the coming Period.
Description: The Analytical Procedure is considered the tool that enables businessmen, investors, financial institutions, financial analysts and others to do their studies and conclusions to obtain the information they're looking for about the financial entity. The Analytical Procedure depends upon the comparative method; this method is numerous depending to trends, nature and the scope of comparison. Theauditor will be able through financial analysis by financial ratios to institute early warning instruction for the project's Management before its real failure and obstruction and to be sure that the project will continue in operating its business during the coming Period.
URI: http://dspace.up.edu.ps/xmlui/handle/123456789/260
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