The first principle defines the purpose of an audit. The purpose of an audit is
to provide an opinion about the financial statements.
To achieve this purpose, The second principle (responsibilities) stresses the
important personal qualities that the audit
a. 4. Borrowing money at a rate significantly below the market rate
b. 1. Details about the preliminary audit strategy
c. 4. Areas that may represent specific risks relevant to the audit
a. 4. The engagement should be accepted
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a) 1. The auditor must be without bias with respect to the client under audit
b) 3. Tax planning not involving tax shelters
c) 3. Maintain public confidence in the profession
a) 1. A fee based on whether the CPAS reports on the clients
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A persons adolescence years can be the most difficult time of a persons life. During this
time people are learning about themselves and learning more and more a
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