By Larry E. Rittenberg, Bradley J. Schwieger, Karla M. Johnstone
Achieve the thorough figuring out of latest auditing approach with the hands-on perform that is severe on your enterprise luck with AUDITING: A enterprise chance technique, sixth version. This booklet introduces the audit technique in the context of commercial risk--teaching you why it is very important first comprehend the organization's enterprise setting and the way you could practice the danger version. An emphasis at the built-in audit during this version publications you thru tips to practice it successfully in addition to what judgements and administration commitments are essential to entire it. You achieve first-hand adventure in utilizing the well known specialist ACL Audit software program, which accompanies every one new e-book, as you perform audit suggestions and paintings with really good instances. AUDITING, sixth variation prepares you to be successful amidst present day quite a few auditing adjustments with the most recent examine audit rules, ideas, and practices as they practice in modern day technological, systems-oriented surroundings.
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Traditional paper documents will not be present in many systems. Today’s auditors must understand the audit challenges posed in a system in which traditional source documents do not exist. 15 16 Chapter 1 Auditing: Integral to the Economy The Providers of Assurance Services There are three primary providers of assurance services: • The public accounting profession • The internal audit profession • The governmental audit profession Within each there are a wide variety of providers. For example, internal audit services are performed by both internal audit departments housed in an organization as well as external auditors performing internal audit work for a client.
1-16 Who generally pays for assurance services—those receiving the assurance or the party on which the assurance is given? Why is it important who pays? 1-17 What is an attestation function? What are major factors that create a demand for the performance of attestation services by the public accounting profession? 1-18 In what ways is the auditing profession uniquely qualified to expand into the broader arena of assurance services? 1-19 What are the six areas identified by the Special Committee on Assurance Services that represent the largest market potential for providing new assurance services for the next decade?
Internal Control Expertise An auditor of a public company must perform an “integrated audit” that results in an audit of both the company’s internal controls and its financial statements. The auditor must understand how deficiencies in internal control will most likely affect the recording and disclosure of transactions and adjust audit procedures to search for errors in account balances. The auditor must be able to analyze the organization’s internal controls to determine if there are weaknesses that should be reported to the general public, to the audit committee, and to management.