Chapter 6 - Employee fraud and the audit of cash. This chapter define and explain the differences among several kinds of employee fraud that might occur at an audit client, identify and explain the three conditions (i.e., the fraud triangle) that often exist when a fraud occurs, describe techniques that can be used to prevent employee fraud.
Chapter 11 - Completing the audit. This chapter identify major activities performed by auditors in completing the substantive procedures following the date of the financial statements; understand the role of attorney letters in evaluating litigation, claims, and assessments; explain why auditors obtain written representations and identify the key components of written representations.
Chapter 6 - Planning the audit; linking audit procedures to risk. This chapter explained the manner in which auditors plan an audit and design audit programs. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Identify the factors considered by auditors in accepting new clients, explain a CPA's responsibilities when planning an audit, explain how the auditors assess a client's business risk and use these risks to determine inherent risks.
In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Identify major activities performed by auditors in completing the substantive procedures following the date of the financial statements; understand the role of attorney letters in evaluating litigation, claims, and assessments; explain why auditors obtain written representations and identify the key components of written representations;...
The main goals of this chapter are to: Identify major activities performed by auditors in completing the substantive procedures following the date of the financial statements; understand the role of attorney letters in evaluating litigation, claims, and assessments; explain why auditors obtain written representations and identify the key components of written representations.
Chapter 16 - Auditing operations and completing the audit. The goals of this chapter are: Identify the audit objectives for revenue and expense accounts, explain the relationships between revenue and expense accounts and balance sheet accounts, describe the fundamental controls over payroll,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Auditing and assurance services" has contents: Materiality and risk, fraud auditing, the impact of information technology on the audit process, overall audit strategy and audit program, audit sampling for tests of controls and substantive tests of transactions, audit sampling for tests of details of balances, audit of cash and financial instruments,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Principles of auditing" has contents: International auditing overview, the audit market, ethics for professional accountants, an auditor’s services, client acceptance, understanding the entity, risk assessment and materiality, internal control and control risk, internal control and control risk.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Principles of auditing" has contents: Analytical procedures, substantive testing and evidence, completing the audit, audit reports and communication, corporate governance, overview of a group audit.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Auditing cases - An interactive learning approach" has contents: The impact of information technology, planning materiality, analytical procedures, developing and evaluating audit documentation, completing the audit, reporting to management, and external reporting,...and other contents.
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detailed handbook comprised over 700 pages of text covering all aspects of the work of the ‘new
look’ internal auditors who carry the weight of a heightened expectation from society on their
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Technology is pervasive—invading all areas of our personal and business
lives. In our personal lives, we have some control over how much
technology we will tolerate, but not so in our professional lives. Every aspect
of modern organizations involves technology, to the extent that auditors can
no longer audit around the computer as they did from 1960 until recently.
Technology is an important element of a majority of the controls that are,
or should be, in place.
HEIs that pass the audit receive a quality label and are added to the register
of audited institutions maintained on FINHEEC’s website. The quality label
is valid for six years from the Evaluation Council’s meeting at which the audit
decision was made. The audit certificate related to the quality label explains
whether the audit was carried out by a Finnish or an international audit team,
provides a summary of the key findings and describes the optional audit
The final report will contain an introduction or overview of the organisation followed
by an account of the units or areas visited by the inspection team and a description of
practices which normally will refer to relevant data protection principles such as ‘fair
processing’/‘fair obtaining’ or data retention.
The final section of the report will contain an overall conclusion, set of findings and a
series of recommendations.
The inspection team will aim to achieve agreement with the audited entity regarding
the text of the final report, but this is not always possible.
Finnish HEIs decide on their own quality systems, and the
comprehensiveness, functioning and effectiveness of the systems are evaluated
in the audits. Thus, the audit approach corresponds to the principle of
enhancement-led evaluation, which has become a strong tradition in the
Finnish evaluation practice. According to the audit reports and feedback
received from HEIs, the audits have enhanced the systematic development of
quality systems and operating methods.
State of California Fiscal Period
SEPTEMBER 1, 2006 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2007
Audit Report As Sch Reported Explanation of Audit Adjustments RECONCILIATION OF THE PROVIDER'S ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AUDIT REPORT Line Increase (Decrease) As Adjusted
When you finish this chapter, you should: Describe the scope and objectives of audit work, and identify the major steps in the audit process; identify the six objectives of an information system audit, and describe how the risk-based audit approach can be used to accomplish these objectives; describe the different tools and techniques auditors use to test software programs and program logic.