Determining that the footnote disclosures related to long term debt are

Determining that the footnote disclosures related to

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7) Determining that the footnote disclosures related to long-term debt are accurate is an example of the ________ audit objective. A) occurrenceB) completenessC) presentation and disclosureD) classification and understandability 8) An important balance-related audit objective is realizable value. Describe the purpose of this audit objective, what it is concerned with, and give an example. 9) Below are five audit procedures, all of which are tests of balances associated with the audit of accounts receivable. Also below are the eight general balance-related audit objectives and the four management assertions. For each audit procedure, indicate (1) its audit objective, and (2) themanagement assertion being tested. 20
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Audit Objectives A. existence B. completeness C. accuracy D. classification E. cutoff F. detail tie-in G. realizable value H. rights and obligations Assertions V. existence W. completeness X. valuation and allocation Y. rights and obligations 1. Obtain an aged listing of accounts receivable. For a sample of individual customers on the listing, agree the customer's name, amount, and other information with the corresponding information in the accounts receivable master file. (1) ________ (2) ________ 2. Examine details of sales for five days before and five days after year-end to determine whether sales have been recorded in the proper period. (1) ________ (2) ________ 3. Assess the reasonableness of the balance in the allowance for doubtful accounts. (1) ________ (2) ________ 4. Inquire as to whether any accounts receivable have been factored or sold during the period. (1) ________ (2) ________ 5. Inquire as to whether there are any receivables from related parties. (1) ________ (2) ________ 10) Balance-related audit objectives follow from management assertions.
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