Condominium audits uncover four common issues

With few exceptions, the Condominium Act of Ontario (the act) requires an independent auditor to perform an annual audit of the financial statements of a condominium corporation. Sections 60 and 71 underline the rights and responsibilities of an independent auditor.  It’s important for unit owners to understand that an independent auditor does not prepare the financial statements, nor is he or she responsible for the daily bookkeeping and management activities. These activities are the responsibility of management and the board. The auditor’s responsibility is to provide an independent opinion as to whether the financial statements are fairly stated in accordance with the applicable accounting standards (in Ontario, these would be the Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations).    Read the article………….


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