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Financial Audit

5.30 (Medium) Sufficient appropriate audit evidence has not been obtained to support the conclusions. | | Procedures | General point | Quality (appropriate evidence) | Quantity (sufficient) | (a) | Observation of stock take - went according to instructionsInventory test counts and cut-off prove satisfactory. | To conclude that the ACCOUNT balance is fairly stated (i.e. in $$ terms), all material assertions must be verified. | Existence assertion (an overstatement test) has been tested from the...

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Audit

SEMESTER 1, 2013 SEMINAR 9 - PROBLEM QUESTIONS PROBLEM 9.1 While assessing the risk of material misstatement and determining the appropriate response with regard to the inventory of Ace Computers Ltd (Ace) for the year ended 30 June 2011 audit, you become aware of the following information: 1. The best-selling computer presentation package has been experiencing a high level of returns owing to suspected software problems. 2. Based on closing inventory, inventory turned over...

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Marketing Audit

marketing audit is not unlike a financial audit in that it helps the organisations to examine progress or lack of process towards the goals. A marketing audit is an evaluation of the marketing within an organisation to see if their strategies in place are effective within the marketing environment. There is an “internal and external” form of audits. The internal audit assists with considering the effectiveness of the marketing strategies in place at the time of the audit. The “external” audit considers...

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Case Study: Financial Audit

underrecorded income earned, we could consider this as a financial reporting fraud. The auditor would have identified the risk primarily through analysis of financial results and review of operational procedures. b) The auditor should pay close attention to the changes of company’s financial result and analyze those changes in time to see if they are reasonable. Most auditors should have detected this kind of material misstatement in company’s financial results, because this defalcation is caused by a personal...

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Auditing: Financial Audit and Inventory

of profit of loss for the financial year. b. Secondary objective – it is also called the incidental objective as it is incidental to the satisfaction of the main objective. The incidental objective of auditing are: i. Detection and prevention of Frauds, and ii. Detection and prevention of Errors. Detection of material frauds and errors as an incidental objective of independent financial auditing flows from the main objective of determining whether or not the financial statements give a true and...

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Audit

projection of error = (misstatements/amount) sampled x population value. ($10,000/$1,000,000) x $2,500,000 = $25,000 b. No, the overall financial statements are not acceptable. Including the projected error for inventory, the total overstatement errors are $58,000, which exceeds materiality of $50,000. c. The auditor should either propose an audit adjustment so that the unadjusted statement amount is less than materiality, and/or perform more testing to obtain a better estimate of the population...

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Audit

Standards Introduction Self-regulated: the standards governing audits were established by members of the profession themselves Sarbanes-Oxley Acct of 2002 Created: Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) to provide external and independent oversight over the audits of public entities Responsible for registering public accounting firms, establishing standards for audit engagements, and inspecting the quality of audits conducted by public accounting firms ****Generally Accepted Auditing...

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Audit

collection of audit evidence? The risk assessment process happens at the very beginning of the engagement and is to determine the level of risk present in the company. The risk assessment phase is when the auditor assess the client’s situation, conducts an independence threat analysis and decides whether to accept the client or not. The risk assessment is influenced by various factors such as the degree to which external users will rely on the audited statements, the company’s financial position (liquidity)...

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Fundamental concepts of f/s audit Materiality misstatement of accounting information. is a matter of professional judgment Audit risk The auditor expresses an inappropriate audit opinion when the financial statements are materially misstated, Evidence (more than “per discussion with client) Major phrases of audit: Client acceptance/continuance; Preliminary engagement activities; Establish materiality and assess risks; Plan the audit ;Consider and audit internal control; Audit business processes and...

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Audit

1 Chapter 7: Audit Evidence I. Definition: Evidence – information used by the auditor to draw conclusions on the fair presentation of the financial statements. Audit objectives suggest the types of evidence to accumulate. II. Decisions on evidence accumulation A. Which audit procedures to use. General Objectives: Six TRAOs Eight BRAOs Four PDAOs Accounting Cycles: Five Management Assertions Specific Objectives: At least: Six TRAOs Eight BRAOs Four PDAOs Audit Procedures: At least one...

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