a. Prior-years’ balances. b. Management inquiry. c. Cash budgets. d. Aged accounts receivable reports. 2. Which of the following control activities could prevent a paid disbursement voucher from being presented for payment a second time? a. Vouchers should be prepared by individuals who are responsible for signing disbursement checks. b. Disbursement vouchers should be approved by at least two responsible management officials. c. The date on a disbursement voucher should be within a few days of the date the voucher is presented for payment. d. The official signing the check should compare it with the voucher and should stamp “paid” on the voucher documents. 2. Fraud risk factors are events or conditions that indicate which of the following? a. An opportunity to carry out a fraud. b. An attitude or rationalization that justifies a fraudulent action. c. An incentive or pressure to perpetrate fraud. d. All of these are correct. 2. If the auditor believes that a misstatement is or might be intentional and the effect on the financial statements could be material or cannot be readily determined, the auditor should do which of the following? a. Inquire of management as to the possibility of fraud. b. Discuss with the audit committee what should be done to prevent possible future misstatements. c. Perform procedures to obtain additional audit evidence to determine whether fraud has occurred or is likely to have occurred.
d. Both a and b are correct. e. None of these is correct. 2. In what way can audit procedures be modified to address assessed fraud risks? a. Obtain more reliable information. b. Perform procedures close to year-end. c. Apply computer-assisted techniques to all items. d. All of these are valid modifications. 2. Incorporating elements of unpredictability in the selection of audit procedures to be performed by auditors include all of the following except a. Varying the timing of the audit procedures. b. Selecting items for testing that have lower amounts or are otherwise outside customary selection parameters. c. Performing audit procedures on an unannounced basis. d. Sending attorney letters to every attorney listed under the legal expense account. e. None of these is correct. 2. Fraud risk factors are events or conditions that indicate I. An incentive or pressure to perpetrate fraud. II. An opportunity to carry out the fraud. III. An attitude or rationalization that justifies the fraudulent action. Which of the following statements is true? a. I is a fraud risk factor. b. I and II are fraud risk factors. c. II and III are fraud risk factors. d. None of these is a fraud risk factor. e. I, II, and III are fraud risk factors
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