ENGAGEMENT LETTER Definition

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ENGAGEMENT LETTER is a letter that represents the understanding about the engagement between the client and the CPA. The letter identifies the financial statements and describes the nature of procedures to be performed. It includes the objectives of the procedures, an explanation that the financial information is the responsibility of the company's management, and a description of the form of report.

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TRADING CONCERN is an entity that derives its products for sale, thereby revenue, through purchasing products for sale from other producers / manufacturers for resale to their customer base.

MERCHANDISING CONCERN is an entity that derives its revenue through the provisioning of products provided or manufactured by others. See MANUFACTURING CONCERN.

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