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Evaluation versus preparation #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 27, 2006 14:40 pm   Evaluation versus preparation
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #154 "Auditing", question 3

Auditors are not responsible for the ......... of the financial statements of an company.

(a) evaluation
(b) examination
(c) position
(d) preparation

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #154 "Auditing", answer 3

Auditors are not responsible for the preparation of the financial statements of an company.

Correct answer: (d) preparation
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evaluation versus preparation

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Evaluation versus preparation #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 27, 2006 14:47 pm   Evaluation versus preparation
 

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Evaluation is the judging of the quality of the finished financial statements. This is the auditor's job.

Preparation is the actual making of the financial statements. This is the job of the company's accounting staff.
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