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SumitSumit asked 11 months ago
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RaviRavi Staff answered 11 months ago

During the course of audit, auditor is not able to obtain  “absolute” assurance due to ” Inherent limitations” of audit. Hence the auditor is required to obtain “reasonable” assurance to form an opinion as its objective as specified under SA 200.
absolute assurance = 100% assurance
not possible in audit
because of inherent limitations = drawback of audit process (like limited time and power)
hence absolute assurance = high level of confidence (more than 80-90%)
this was very simple concept if you are facing problem in this you should take proper guidance

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