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Internal Audit


Internal audits examine a company's internal controls, such as corporate governance and accounting procedures. These audits verify that rules and regulations are followed, and that financial reporting and data collecting are accurate and timely.

Internal audits also give management the tools they need to improve operational efficiency by identifying problems and fixing gaps before an external audit uncovers them.



Internal audit is the department within a company that oversees the effectiveness of its processes and controls. Internal auditing is particularly important in larger businesses with high levels of process complexity, where process errors and control breaches are more probable.

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Regular internal audits are important for organizations in a wide range of industries, including financial institutions and healthcare providers. They are sound business experiences that strive to assess performance and provide actionable strategies to improve in the future.

The process provides excellent insight that will help strengthen your company and help in dominating the market.



1. Information gathering: The auditor will observe, take notes, review documents and interview employees to better understand how the organization is operating.


2. Security Assessment: Auditors will monitor analyze and assess the risks and security controls of the organization. At this stage, they will often test employees’ knowledge of company objectives, safety standards, and compliance rules.


3. Compliance Assessment: The auditor shall examine the organization’s compliance with state and federal policies and laws, as well as any applicable international data security and privacy regulations.


4. Verification: This is when the auditor checks the information provided and identifies points that needs corrective actions.


5. Consultation: Next, the auditor consults with the organization to provide recommendations for remediation and steps for implementation.


6. Review: The audit doesn’t just end with the audit report; the auditor will also follow up with the organization to check on its progress and ensure continual improvement.


Responsibility of the internal auditors

Routine internal audits ensure the company has the ability to survive in a competitive business environment, and continue to prosper. Auditors do this by:

  • Monitoring, analyzing and assessing the risks and controls of the organization
  • Reviewing the organization?s compliance with state and federal policies and laws
  • Making reassurances and recommendations to the organization or company's owners or governing boards

Essentially, they gather information on how an organization or company is operating and use it to show where it is doing well and where it can improve.  

Internal audits are conducted on a regular basis to ensure that the firm is in compliance and that all departments are operating as efficiently, effectively, and securely as possible.

Diference between internal and external audit

Internal audits and external audits are quite different, both in terms of their objectives and procedures. The main difference is that internal audits are not regulated and can, therefore, be applied more flexibly. Internal audits may be used to highlight information that is helpful to a company seeking ways to increase information security, manage other risks more effectively and guarantee compliance.

These are some of the differences which demonstrate how an internal audit can be more effective than external audit:

- Internal audit External audit
Objective The objective of an internal audit is to educate management and employees about how they can improve business operations and efficiency. The objective of an external audit is to give reliability and credibility to the financial reports that go to shareholders.
Owed Responsibility An auditor is a trusted consultant charged with advising upper management on how to best manage the company's risks and goals. External auditors have no responsibility to the organization other than determining the accuracy of annual financial statements.
Reports to An auditor reports to those within an organization An external auditor reports to shareholders who are outside the governing structure of an organization

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