Going Concern


All articles in this category pertain to going concern. Going concern is the assumption a business has the resources and financial means to continue operating for the foreseeable future. Part of an auditor’s review of a company is to assess whether the company achieves a going concern. If an entity’s going concern is in question, the entity must include that information in their financial statements.

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