Deciding between a financial review or an audit? If your company is able to provide its stakeholders a report that includes a limited degree of assurance but doesn’t need something as exhaustive as an audit, a review can be preformed.  A review is most commonly used by private companies that need to provide at least limited assurance on their financial statements to outside parties such as lendors, creditors, or potential buyers, but don’t need to provide audited statements.

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