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Special Audit | Surprise Audit | On Demand Audit

A Special Audit can be defined as a tightly defined type of audit that is conducted in order to probe into a specific area of the organization’s activities. As a matter of fact, it can be seen that this type of audit is mainly initiated by a third party, like a government agency or the tax authority. However, it can also be authorized by any other relevant entity, including any internal authorities that might be in a position to do so. Examples of special audits include Compensation audits, control audits, cost audits, fraud audits and royalty audits.

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Get the Special Audit done for your company with experts.

Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Timeline

It usually takes 3 to 5 working days.

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Special Audit as per the need
Who Should Buy
  • Any Company that wants to get special audit done
How It's Done

    • Purchase of plan
    • Upload documents
    • Review Company's records
    • Preparation and Signing of Special Audit Report
Documents Required
  • KYC, Email, Phone No. of Assessee
  • Companies Statutory registers & Minute Books
  • Financial Statements & Audit Reports
  • Internal Policies
  • As per the case

The need for a Special Audit

Special Audits are mostly needed when some abnormal behavior is suspected within the organization. Mostly, they are called for when it is suspected that the laws and regulations have been overlooked pertaining to finances, or financial management within the organization. However, they are not only restricted to cases pertaining to fraud. They can also be conducted when there are other institutional violations that might include pertaining to duties, authorizations, internal control procedures or responsibilities of the Senior Management. In the same manner, Special Audits can also be related to corporate reorganization or bankruptcy.

The scope of Special Audit

As mentioned earlier on, it can be seen that a special audit is conducted out of routine, with a specific or a special purpose.

However, these special purposes are quite varied in their nature, and the overall outcomes based on those special audits.

  • Compliance Audit – This is mainly conducted when there is a need to examine the policies and procedures to check if they follow internal or regulatory standards.
  • Construction Audit – This analyzes the costs that occur for a given construction project. In the same manner, this also tracks down the actual amount that is paid to contractors, suppliers, and other reimbursement that takes place in this regard.
  • Information Systems Audit - Information System Audit is mainly conducted when there is a need to review the overall controls present in software development. Additionally, it also involves a review of controls regarding software development, data processing and the overall access to computer systems.
  • Investigative Audit - Investigative Audits take place when there is a need to find details of a specific event or an incident within the company, that was suspicious.