Top 3 Books on Auditing

Auditing is a practice that affects most employees no matter what their role is to an organization.

This therefore makes it important for employees to at least understand the core concepts of Auditing.

In this list we will provide you with three books that one can use, no matter your understanding level of auditing.

Auditing: A Risk Based-Approach to Conducting a Quality Audit by Karla M Johnstone and Audrey A. Gramling

This book has also featured in our Top 5 Recommended textbooks. This is due to the confidence we have in the simplicity of this book.

Auditing is expected to be a Boring topic, however the the chapters roll and build on to one another makes it easier when taking comprehensive tests.

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Auditing Cases: An Interactive Learning Approach (6th Edition) 6th Edition by Mark S. Beasley

If you are looking for a book that is worth its price then this is the book for you. The book not only has the correct pricing but also simple in its content.

Many accounting books are for $200 and above, however this one currently goes for $27.70.

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There are many things that could go wrong in an accountancy book, however this one through the use of case studies has made it easy to understand auditing.

Auditing For Dummies by Maire Loughran

This book is a real beginner’s book for someone who aspires to learn what auditing is all about.

It is good especially for a person who wants to learn the basics of auditing.

It is recommended for individuals who are not auditors but would like to get the general information on the topic. It is recommended for just basic information only. 

Accountancy and auditing students should stay away from this book.