Insights_Chpt 9, 10,11,12

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Insights Chapter 9,10,11,12 Insight 14 Tests of Controls Attributes Sampling Deviation Rate Substantive Tests of Details of Balances and Transactions Variables Sampling Projected Misstatement Insight 15: The concepts of projected misstatement and estimated total audited value are particularly important. Insight 15 a : Projected misstatement is the most likely amount of misstatement in an account. It may be a projected overstatement or a projected understatement. Insight 15b : The Estimated Total Audited Value of the population (ETAV) is equal to Population Book Value –Projected Overstatement (or, + Projected Understatement) Insight 16: With either statistical or nonstatistical sampling, an auditor should project the misstatement results of a sample to the population from which the sample was selected. The result is the projected misstatement. Insight 17: Review--direction of audit testing, assertions, and misstatements From Document To Recorded Entry—Completeness (Understatements) From Recorded entry
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Unformatted text preview: To Document—Existence (Overstatements) Insight 18: Cash Tools Tool Primary Purpose 1. Bank confirmation Verify Cash and loan payable balances 2. Proof of cash Identify transactions handled differently by books and bank 3. Bank cutoff statement Verify reconciling items on year end bank reconciliation 4. Bank transfer schedule Detect kiting Insight 19: Improper transfers 1. Books—different periods. 2. Bank—one period (but not both) before books. Insight 20 : Accounts Receivable primary evidence: • Confirm • Examine cash receipts after year-end • Examine evidence to determine sale and any related allowances (returns, discounts, bad debts)? Insight 21 Kiting: Use “float period” to overstate cash Lapping: Steal, then hide by delaying recording of cash receipts Insight 22: Inventory approach • Observe counting, • Agree inventory counts to inventory tabulation, • Test costing (“pricing”) and footing of tabulation • Do they own it?...
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