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    BF3394 – AUDITING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Module Number: Module Title: BF3394 AUDITING & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 10 credits Number of Aston Credits: Total Number of ECTS Credits: 5 credits (European Credit Transfer) Staff Member Responsible for the Module: Dr Melina Manochin Finance and Accounting Group ABS Building‚ Room 410‚ Extension 3732 m.m.manochin@aston.ac.uk Availability: Please see office hours on door or group administrator‚ Ms Rosaleen Shirley‚ ABS 404‚ Extension 3238 Other Staff

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    (E-Comm. Sem-VI) STRUCTURE Subject Code Name Marks E 6.1 Auditing 100 E 6.2 Information System Audit 100 E 6.3 Competitive Skills 100 E 6.4 JAVA Programming 100 E 6.5 Practical 100 E 6.6 Project 100 North Maharashtra University‚ Jalgaon (NACC Re-Accredited ‘B’ Grade University) FACULTY OF COMMERCE & MANAGEMENT B.B.M.(E-Comm.) Semester VI E – 6.1 Auditing 80 + 20 Pattern: External Marks 80 + Internal Marks 20 = Maximum Total

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    any audit? Explain clearly 4) What is professional clearance? What is the importance of professional clearance in auditing? 5) An audit fee is an auditor’s remuneration. In what ways can the aspect of audit fees affect auditors’ independence? 6) Explain clearly the ethical codes that are required of any professional auditor? 7) Audit planning is an important input in the auditing assignment‚ discuss. 8) Assume you are an experienced auditor with an audit firm in Dar. Your senior has requested

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    BCAF-05: ADVANCED AUDITING (MAJOR) Objective: This course aims at imparting knowledge about the advanced methods of auditing and there applications. Unit- I: Audit of Limited Companies: Inspection of documents Books and Registers. Audit of Preliminary expanses‚ profit prior to incorporation‚ public deposits‚ managerial remunerations‚ share capital. The Visible profits and dividends- meaning‚ provisions of Companies act in regard to declaration and payment of dividend. Auditor’s

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    information to the auditor in order to lower the expected loss from litigation or related settlements. This describes which theory of auditing? a. explanatory. b. agency. c. information hypothesis. d. insurance hypothesis. 5. Which of these actions is most likely to remove the audit expectation gap? a. improving auditing standards b. educating of audit users about what are reasonable expectations c. improving auditor’s performance

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    AUDITING CHAPTER-HEADS Chapter 1 : INTRODUCTION Chapter 2 : TYPES OF AUDIT Chapter 3 : INTERNAL CONTROL AND INTERNAL CHECK Chapter 4 : VOUCHING AND VERIFICATION Chapter 5 : AUDIT PLANNING AND DOCUMENTATION Chapter 6 : COMPANY AUDITOR Chapter 7 : COMPANY AUDIT Chapter 8 : TYPES OF REPORT UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION Q1. Define an ‘Audit’ and state the various objects of an audit. Or ‘Two main objects

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    Class 1-2 Lecture Notes I. CAS 500‚ 530 summaries of key concepts II. Introduction to monetary-unit sampling (MUS) also called dollar-unit sampling (DUS) in North America III. MUS mechanics: Sample Planning IV. Giant Stores Case V. MUS Mechanics: Sample Evaluation VI. Some Statistical Theory VII. Summary of Required Reading article: Hall et al. VIII. Solutions to other class questions: EP 1 page 407 SB (10.53)‚ EP 3 page 407 SB (10.55)‚ and DC 1 pages 408-409 SB (10.59)

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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  newsletter highlighting recent events affecting  the audit and assurance profession.   Pearson Prentice Hall SUMMER 2010 UPDATE  AUDITING AND ASSURANCE SERVICES:  AN INTEGRATED APPROACH‚ 13TH EDITION

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    Auditing – acc546 (3 credits) In this course‚ students focus on the auditing practice performed by public accountants. Topics include the CPA profession and the auditor’s role‚ planning the audit‚ audit reporting and required communications‚ evaluating internal controls‚ audit programs for current assets and liabilities‚ and audit programs for other business cycles. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. To enroll‚ speak with an Enrollment Advisor. Topics and Objectives The CPA Profession

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    CHAPTER AUDIT PLANNING AND ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES THE FALL OF ENRON: DID ANYONE UNDERSTAND THEIR BUSINESS? 8 LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this chapter‚ you should be able to 8-1 Discuss why adequate audit planning is essential. Make client acceptance decisions and perform initial audit planning. Gain an understanding of the client’s business and industry. Assess client business risk. Perform preliminary analytical procedures. State the purposes of analytical procedures and the timing

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