An audit confirmation letter is usually written by the official auditors of the company to confirm the accounts of the company after the auditing exercise is completed. It is an obligatory task of the external auditors to confirm that the company accounts are found to be true and accurate which would be used in legal reportings.
KPMG Audit Services
8880 Dash Drive
Sioux City, IA 51325
January 12, 2011
Kenneth M. Alt
3871 Rockford Mountain Lane
Smithfield, NC 27577
RE: Audit Confirmation
I am writing to inform you that the accounting records of Sunlight Industry for the year 2010 have been audited thoroughly by KPMG Audit Services between December 10 and16, 2010.
It is my pleasure to announce that the KPMG team assigned to audit your company’s accounting records have found that Sunlight Industry’s accounts are true and accurate, reflecting their nature of business professionally.
Hence, I am pleased to confirm the findings with the attached report approved by KPMG which can be forwarded to the state tax department for taxation purposes.
Thank you for your company’s kind support and cooperation during the audit process.
On behalf of KPMG Audit Services,