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b. G, CPi'\ ~2 s decid~de tr; continue w:L th the · atidi t c t ABC Cmnpa.ny. Throtigho~t the ccurse of the audit, G doe~ not believe any of the representations.ma~e by J, controlle~. c. G, CE'J,, j_s dis..:ilssir.g .several c.udi t issu~s with J., a member of top m~,na.jement. T!u:ouq'lwlit the meeting with J, G n.:!ither assumes that J i:; di~hone:st, no1.· cSS"<lin<:::o; unq·..1e:sti•med hc:v::sty in J' s c,ra.l representations. d. G, CPA is engag-ed ir. ci.iscL~sions with J, -t.he cl2.ent' s controller, regarding sever.~l audit .:.ssues. ThruU<Jhout the meeting with ,J, J nei the1. ast.ume·> tha': C lS di.sl:onest, no.r assumes unquestioned honescy in G's oral rep~Psentat~nns. 88. If the auditor co:1ci.udes tha": 'th~re ls reasonat>l~ justification to change the engagem<.nt anti if t·he au·~~- t work t:-erformed cor<:plies with th-= PSAs appJicable to t:he changed engagem~nt, the report lssued would be that appro~riate for~ a. The original ~~~aqement, with0ut reference to the original eng .... ge.nent. b. Th~ ~evised terms f c:ngagc-ment, 0~thout reference to the ori;Jinal en~a.geme_nt. c. The revised terms uf en:;agcmen':., Wlth r-efereJ:.:::e to the or:i.ginal en~ragement. d. Tte ori~inal engagement, .re'ference to the revised engac;emen:.:, 89. Wtnch :,f the fr.;llowing assurance to thir.d paLties a. .Z:..Ldi t!.i. sc.rv:; crs prr)vides tLe hi,she~ . 1 ~vel abcut a cm~any's financial state~ents? c. compH<"ti·on. of b. Reviews. c. Write-up w~rk. l ·, . r.' I ,~ ; . ; ·-t \ .!' 90. :n devel:::>p.i.ng the ovE=ral! <ludit plar, for a. ne"i client, a far;to·. not to be CCJJ,sid-=red is a. '!.'he t eriPS :>f. thr: ~ngc:.gem~nt and <>.n:t' statutory responsibj U. tieo b. The ~l~ent's business, ioc.luding the struct~re uf t~e orsanization and &c..:ounting'system used c. ThP. amn~nt of estimat~d audit f~e ; d. ~'he audit risk.::: and ;:i:roc~du:ces to be re_rfont'ed t::c achie\re e~udi t objcct'~ves
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