Lewis from your posts, it appears you should not be answering questions.Accountants are usually employees of the company for which they work, whereas, auditors are often hired from an outside firm to verify the accuracy of the accountant's work. The work done by accountants is done on a daily basis, whereas auditors usually perform quarterly or annual accounting work.
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