Definitions for "Audited financial statements"
A company's financial statements which have been prepared and certified by a Certified Public Accountant.
Generally known as "the audit," this document contains an organization's fiscal-year financial transactions. Certified public accountants review the transaction for compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Audited financial statements ensure credibility of the financial records and are tools for making sound financial decisions.
These are the financial statements of a business, showing the business's financial position and the results of its operations. These are prepared by an accountant independent of the business owner and in accordance with general accounting principles.