Disadvantages Of Auditing Essays and Term Papers

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     ACC 411 Auditing Fall 2014 Instructor: Dr. Matthew J. Beck Office: N227 Business College Complex (BCC) Office Phone: 884-7611 E-mail: beckm@broad.msu.edu Course Web Page: d2l.msu.edu Course Texts: Prentice Hall – Auditing and Assurance Services – An Integrated Approach 15th edition...

      1968 Words | 6 Pages   Self-regulated learning, Audit, Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, Certified Public Accountant

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     Executive Summary Auditing is a systematic examination of the books and records of a business or the organization in order to ascertain or verify and to report upon the facts regarding the financial operation and the result thereof. Audit is performed to obtain reasonable assurance about whether...

      2775 Words | 12 Pages   Audit, Auditor's report, Internal audit, Financial audit

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     Auditing Theory and Practice Case 1 WorldCom: A Focus on Professional Responsibility Prepared by: EL Ahmadi Med Reda Worked With: Ibtihal Slassi Fall 2013 1- Auditor independence refers to the disinterest from the internal and external parties that could influence the...

      1043 Words | 4 Pages   Financial audit, Audit, External auditor, Accounting

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    Rodrigo Pachano S0223681 ACCT20040 - Auditing and Ethical Practice Term 1 (2013) Due Date: Wednesday 01/05/13 ASSIGNMENT Audit Committee’s role and audit opinion EXECUTIVE SUMMARY An organizational structure and the preparation of reports in an environment free of restrictions allows the...

      3307 Words | 10 Pages   Audit, Internal control, Internal audit, Going concern

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      Summer 2010  Update     for    Auditing    Assurance Services:    An Integrated Approach  13th Edition  and Alvin A. Arens Randal J. Elder  Mark S. Beasley    We are committed to providing students and  faculty up‐to‐date content for use in the  classroom and are pleased to provide this ...

      4133 Words | 6 Pages   Generally Accepted Auditing Standards

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    considerations used by auditors when assessing the dollar amount consider material. An accounting estimate is an example of applying materiality to auditing accounting numbers that involve a high degree of management judgement. Small misstatements may be material in some case. Auditors cannot rely...

      325 Words | 2 Pages   Audit, Financial statement, Revenue

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    X 7 X X X X 8 X Note: Rights and Realisable value are not applicable to accounts payable. c. Australian auditing standards require that all audit objectives should be met by gathering sufficient appropriate evidence. Auditor judgment is required to determine...

      438 Words | 3 Pages   Audit, Internal control, Accounts receivable, Debits and credits

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    The affect of European economy on US markets The EU and the US economies account together for about half the entire world GDP and for nearly a third of word trade flows. The relationship defines the shape of global economy as a whole as either the EU or the US is also the largest trade and...

      301 Words | 1 Pages   Great Recession, Financial crisis of 2007–08, Bailout, Economy of Europe

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    interest in the conceptual design stage of the system. The auditability of a system depends in part on its design characteristics. Some computer auditing techniques require systems to be designed with special audit features that are integral to the system. These audit features must be specified at...

      1755 Words | 7 Pages   Internal control, XBRL, Audit, Feasibility study

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    broad stuff Can accept a gift from a client as long as its no more than “token” or the amount the firm gives you You can indirectly own stock in an auditing client if its immaterial to your net worth You cannot be paid in stock Because we don’t see the audit as one event, its not a series of events...

      1106 Words | 5 Pages   Auditor's report, Valuation (finance), Accounting, Sarbanes–Oxley Act

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    courtesy that all stockholders of a company receive an independent report on management’s stewardship of the affairs of the business. 1-2 Independent auditing can best be described as (1) A branch of accounting. (2) A discipline that attests to the results of accounting and other financial operations and...

      519 Words | 2 Pages   Internal audit, Accountant, External auditor, Internal control

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    ________A___________________ 9. A long-term IS employee has asked to transfer to IS auditing. The individual has a strong technical background and broad managerial experience. According to ISACA’s General Standards for IS Auditing, consideration should be given to the candidate’s: A Length of service since...

      2308 Words | 12 Pages   SOX 404 top–down risk assessment, Business continuity planning, Audit, Disaster recovery plan

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    1)pk acquired a 25% interest in Trent Co. on January 1, 2010, for $500,000. At that time, Trent had 1,000,000 shares of its $1 par common stock issued and outstanding. During 2010, Trent paid cash dividends of $160,000 and thereafter declared and issued a 5% common stock dividend when the market value...

      451 Words | 2 Pages   Book value, Bond (finance), Dividend, Capital surplus

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    as an auditing assistant with an audit/accounting firm and his first job is to assist with auditing the books of Daffey Jones Ltd, a major retailer. Whilst undertaking the audit, Rodney comes across certain financial information that he believes will assist him in completing one of the auditing assignments...

      558 Words | 2 Pages  

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    Unit 5 GEL Assignment – The Scientific Method Refer to Chapter 11 of the textbook, Objective Question 11-38. Assume that fraud has been discovered in the “Possible Errors and Fraud” list, shown as A through O in the problem. Select two of the fraud items from the list and note them here: Fraud...

      508 Words | 2 Pages   Accounts receivable

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    & T). * Doug Blott is Diane’s Audit Manager who has 9 years audit experience. David Blott is the senior partner in B & T. * Diane is auditing a plastics subsidiary which is a material component of a large Australian unlisted public company. It is Diane’s responsibility to complete the yearend...

      2135 Words | 7 Pages   Audit, Business, Conflict of interest, Auditor's report

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    Also mystery shopping, fraud and illegal acts risk assessment, compliance with trading policies and annual environment audit. Economic demand for auditing The following three factors are based on a bank making a loan 1) Risk free interest rate- Approximately the rate the bank could earn by investing...

      969 Words | 3 Pages   American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Accounting, Audit, Assurance services

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    Dutra ACC 412 March 26, 2014 Case 3.1 Dodgers Trolley Summary The Dodgers Trolley case is a simple problem related the internal control in auditing. Dodgers Trolley was original funded in New York, but Yankees performed much better. After nearly seven decades of mostly frustration on and off the...

      747 Words | 3 Pages   Payroll tax, Audit, Withholding tax, Payroll

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    PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING Course: Auditing Title: Auditing Operations and Completing the Audit, Auditors’ Reports Date: March 25, 2014 Justin Kealey, CPA, is auditing Tustin Companies, Inc. Kealey has accumulated known and likely misstatements for the current year...

      1282 Words | 4 Pages   Financial audit, Going concern, Auditor's report, Audit

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    Exercise 4.47 Analytical Procedures Before starting the preparation for the official memorandum, we as auditors have to analyze the situation given by the operating statistic of the Majestic hotel related to those of the industry. In addition, Majestic appears to be a large hotel (200 rooms vs...

      859 Words | 3 Pages   Dividend

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