Published: April, 2021
Auditing inventory is the process of cross-checking financial records with physical inventory and records. It can be completed by auditors and other parties. An inventory audit can be as simple as just taking a physical count of stock and inventory to verify a match to the accounting records.
Observation of inventory is a generally accepted auditing procedure, where an independent auditor issues an opinion on whether the financial records of inventory accurately represent the physical inventory being carried. It’s important to conduct inventory audits to maintain inventory accuracy, spot causes of loss/waste, and ensure that you always have the right amount of stock at the right time.
A better understanding of stock flow will also help ensure the business runs smoothly, because you’ll know what products you have on hand.
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MY-CPE LLC, 1600 Highway 6 south, suite 250, sugar land, TX, 77478
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Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Samuel Monastra
Samuel A. Monastra, CPA has spent his career as a public accountant. As a client-facing professional, Mr. Monastra has excellent experience working with publicly held companies and large privately held companies. Industry focus includes: healthcare; life sciences and technology; manufacturing and distribution; and real estate and construction.
Sam has held executive level positions with “Big Four” and Top 10 international accounting firms, including KPMG, RSM, and BDO. Sam served as a member of the Editorial Board of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal and is a frequent speaker for a variety of national organizations including the AICPA, State CPA societies, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the Institute of Management Accountants. Principal speaking topics include: Revenue Recognition, Lease Accounting, Income Tax Accounting, Business Combinations, Fair Value, Inventory, Internal Controls, and Auditing Issues & Techniques