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  • The value of market auditing
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  • Internal audit - advanced auditing
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  • How can we fix the problems in auditing? - a critique paper
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  • Internal auditing in an organization and its effects on financial administration and controls
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  • Disadvantages of budget
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  • Examine the advantages and disadvantages for china of harmonization of accounting standards under the current economic and social system
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  • Principles of auditing
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    AUDITING Learning objectives After studying this chapter you should be able to: 1. Outline, briefly, the origins and history of auditing. 2. Explain the development of the auditing profession in South Africa. 3. Explain the different responsibilities and functions of the South African I
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  • Auditing note
    Chapter 1 HW: due 4/10 Multiple-choice questions: 14 and 15 Discussion questions: 20 and 21 Mini-research assignment: 1. Luca Paciola 2. Accounting Transparency 3. Quality of Earnings Chapter 1: The Demand for Audit and Other Assurance Services The name assuran
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  • Auditing
    University of Bedfordshire Business School Department of Accounting and Finance KAP014-3 AUDITING BA (HONS) ACCOUNTING 2010/11 Date of Exam Start Time Time Allowed Unit Co-ordinator October 2010 3 Hours (inclusive of reading time) Michael Kennedy INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES   
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    Auditing Week 1 – Notions What is an SPE ? A special purpose entity (SPE; or, especially in Europe, special purpose vehicle/SPV, or, in some cases in each EU jurisdiction – FVC financial vehicle corporation) is a legal entity created to fulfill narrow, specific or temporary objectives.
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  • Auditing
    1-2 An independent audit is a means of satisfying the need for reliable information on the part of decision makers. Factors of a complex society which contribute to this need are: 1. Remoteness of information a. Owners (stockholders) divorced from management b. Directors not
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