Audits may be characterized as a Financial statement audits b
Audits may be characterized as
(a) Financial statement audits,
(b) Compliance audits,
(c) Economy and efficiency audits, and
(d) Program results audits.
The work can be done by independent (external) auditors, internal auditors, or governmental auditors (including IRS auditors and federal bank examiners). Following is a list of the purposes or products of various audit engagements:

For each of the engagements listed, indicate
(1) The type of audit (financial statement, compliance, economy and efficiency, or program results) and
(2) The type of auditors you would expect to be involved.
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