Unqualified Opinion

Accounting Dictionary

Unqualified Opinion

If an auditor gives an unqualified opinion on a set of GAAP financial statements, it means he/she thinks the statements are done correctly and accurately.

If a company wants to sell its stock on an American Stock Exchange they must have an audit done by a Certified Public Accountant.

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