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1–20 Public accounting firms are sometimes grouped into categories of local firms, regional firms, national firms, and international firms. Explain briefly the characteristics of each. Include in your answer the types of services stressed in each group. 1–26 The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of .....
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Reflect and describe which key concepts and topics in this course have made you a stronger candidate to enter the business world. .....
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3-31 Ron Barber, CPA, is auditing the financial statements of DGF, Inc., a publicly held company. During the course of the audit, Barber discovered that DGF has been making illegal bribes to foreign government officials to obtain business, and he reported the matter to senior management and t.....
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5–36 Comment on the reliability of each of the following examples of audit evidence. Arrange your answer in the form of a separate paragraph for each item. Explain fully the reasoning employed in judging the reliability of each item. 5-49 Audit risk should be considered when planning .....
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Questions Requiring Analysis: 7-28 Problem 7-28. Discuss the advantages to CPAs of documenting internal control by using: Questions Requiring Analysis: 7-33  Problem 7-33. Required: Identify the weaknesses in Randall's system of corporate governance and provide suggesti.....
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Refer to Chapter 11 of the textbook, Objective Question 11-38. Assume that fraud has been discovered in the “Possible Errors and Fraud” list, shown as A through O in the problem. Select two of the fraud items from the list and note them here: Following the scientific method, answer the fo.....
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Questions Requiring Analysis 12-21 Nolan Manufacturing Company retains you on April 1 to perform an audit for the fiscal year ending June 30. During the month of May, you make extensive studies of internal control over inventories. All goods purchased pass through a receiving department u.....
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Questions Requiring Analysis 14-30 Early in your first audit of Star Corporation, you notice that sales and year-end inventory are almost unchanged from the prior year. However, cost of goods sold is less than in the preceding year, and accounts payable also are down substantially. Gross prof.....
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The types of subsequent events and their importance to the audit The procedures auditors cannot perform before the end of the audit The different types of audit reports and the conditions under which each is issued .....
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Questions Requiring Analysis: 16–31   The auditor's opinion on the fairness of financial statements may be affected by subsequent events. Required: - Define what is commonly referred to in auditing as a subsequent event, and describe the two general types of subsequent events. .....
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AC 410 AC/410 AC 410 Unit 9 Chapter 18 Assignment .....
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18–29. The CPA firm of Carson & Boggs LLP is performing an internal control audit in accordance with PCAOB Standard No. 5.The partner in charge of the engagement has asked you to explain the process of determining which controls to test. Describe the process, presenting each of the links.....
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