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ch9 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. A client's physical count of inventories was higher than the inventory quantities shown in the perpetual records. This situation could be the result of the failure to record A. Sales. B. Sales discounts. C. Purchases. D. Purchase discounts. 2. The audit procedures used in an observation of the client's physical inventory-taking are designed primarily to A. Test and observe the client's physical count of inventory. B. Verify independently the physical counts obtained by the client. C. Assist the client in taking test counts of year-end inventory. D. Determine whether or inventory contains obsolete goods. 3. Mary Monitor, CPA, noted that ABC Co. received goods prior to year-end that were included in physical inventory but had not been recorded. In this case, which of the following adjustments should be made? A. Debit Purchases/credit Cost of Goods Sold. B. No adjustment is necessary. C. Debit Inventory /credit Accounts Payable. D. Debit Cost of Goods Sold/credit Accounts Payable. 4. Martinez, CPA, was auditing his client, Marvelous Retail Company. He selected a sample of inventory items from the perpetual records and vouched additions to receiving reports. This procedure was intended to satisfy which POCAOB assertion? A. Rights and obligations. B. Completeness. C. Existence or occurrence. D. Valuation or allocation. 5. If an auditor wished to test for the existence or occurrence of inventory, he or she would most likely select a sample of inventory item perpetual records and A. Trace additions to the general ledger. B. Vouch additions to receiving reports. C. Vouch additions to sales invoices. D. Trace receipts to receiving reports. 6. An auditor selected an inventory item on the warehouse floor; test counted it, and traced the count to the final inventory compilation. The auditor most likely was testing the following PCAOB assertion: A. Existence. B. Valuation. C. Completeness. D. Rights and obligations.
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7. An auditor selected an invoice for a large inventory purchase and vouched the invoice to the receiving report. Which ASB transaction assertion is the auditor most likely testing? A. Occurrence B. Completeness C. Rights and obligations D. Valuation 8. An auditor selected a product maintained in the finished goods warehouse. The auditor counted the product and compared this amount with the amount in the finished goods perpetual inventory subsidiary account. Which ASB balance assertion is the auditor most likely testing? A. Existence B. Completeness C. Rights and obligations D. Valuation 9. An auditor selected a product recorded in the finished goods perpetual inventory subsidiary account. The auditor went to the warehouse and counted the product and compared this amount with the amount in the finished goods perpetual inventory subsidiary account. Which ASB balance assertion is the auditor most likely testing?
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course SOM 6401 taught by Professor Chrits during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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ch9 - ch9 Student: _ 1. A client's physical count of...

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