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CACC521-Week13-text - CACC521Week13 RecapfromWeek12Ch.4/15

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CACC521-Week13 11/12/2010 19:44:00 Ch 15 MC – 1a, 2b, 3d, 4d, 5c, 6d, 7d, 8c, 9a, 10b Tracing – cradle to grave Completeness Vouching – grave to cradle Existence Recap from Week 12 – Ch. 4 / 15 contingent liabilities subsequent events Type 1 Type 2 letter of enquiry process Management rep letter When dated Materialaty Dual dating
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subsequent discovery of fact auditor resp. after release of date going concern contingency how an auditor go about auditing revenue and expenses analytical procedures at year end procedures for related party transactions at year-end 10 mark question ch4 rules of prof. conduct textbook -pag 94-110 identify breach of rules of prof. conduct – 5-10 mark question question on handout Violations Confidentiality – informed of share split Independence – owns shares of sunrise – advocacy threat objectivity – may impair objectivity competence – unlicensed
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standards suggest you have to be licensed to practice Due Care / integrity copying last year’s file is not applying due care to an audit solicitation cannot call firm’s clients to ask for business for your own practice. Advertising
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course ACC 521 taught by Professor G.caers during the Spring '11 term at Ryerson.

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CACC521-Week13-text - CACC521Week13 RecapfromWeek12Ch.4/15

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