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    Accounting Standards

    Tests of controls v. substantive tests

    18-21 Following are some of the tests of controls and substantive tests of transactions procedures commonly performed in the acquisition and payment cycle. Each is to be done on a sample basis. 1. Trace transactions recorded in the acquisitions journal to supporting documentation, comparing the vendorâ??s name, total dollar

    Fraud Risks and Controls

    Describe the Fraud Triangle and using illustrations involving financial reporting fraud and occupational fraud and abuse, highlight how it could be used as a conceptual framework to discuss the antecedents of fraud as well as responsive approach to addressing fraud risk within organizations. (Internal auditing: assurance & co

    ISO 9000 standards

    Read the article associated with the following link http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1154/is_n2_v81/ai_13435559/ ... Since 1993 how has the medical industry benefited from implementation of ISO 9000 standards? What if any affect will it have on health care reform?

    Classify expenditures as deductible for AGI, from AGI or non-deductible

    Classify deductions for AGI or a deduction from AGI or non deductible. a. Amos contributes $500 to his H.R. 10 plan (i.e., a retirement plan for a self-employed individual). b. Keith pays $500 of child support to his former wife, Renee, for the support of their son, Chris. c. Judy pays $500 for professional dues that are re

    Setting Standards

    Exercise 10-8 Setting Standards [LO1] Czar Nicholas Chocolatier, Ltd. makes premium handcrafted chocolate confections in London. The owner of the company is setting up a standard cost system and has collected the following data for one of the company's products, the Imperial Truffle. This product is made with the finest white c

    What are internal controls and why are they needed?

    1. What are internal controls? 2. Do all companies need them? 3. Why does a company need them? 4. Explain some common internal controls that a company might have in place. What are they designed to protect? 5. What are the reporting requirements regarding internal controls in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? Can you include refer

    Internal Controls

    Identify one or more control procedures (either general or application controls, or both) that would guard against each of the following errors or problems. a. Leslie Thomas, a secretary at the university, indicated that she had worked 40 hours on her regular time card. The university paid her for 400 hours worked that week.

    Potential misstatements/tests of controls - payroll

    16-35 (Potential misstatements/tests of controls?payroll) The following questions are included in the internal control questionnaire on control procedures for payroll transactions in the Pena Company: 1. Are pay rates, payroll deductions, and terminations authorized by the personnel department? 2. Are time clocks and cloc

    Potential misstatements/tests of controls - payroll

    (Potential misstatements/tests of controls?payroll) The following questions are included in the internal control questionnaire on control procedures for payroll transactions in the Pena Company: 1. Are pay rates, payroll deductions, and terminations authorized by the personnel department? 2. Are time clocks and clock card

    Establishing Internal Controls

    Who is responsible for establishing internal controls within the organization? What are some examples of effective internal controls? How can a company determine if the internal controls are effective?

    GAAS Catagory of Standards

    This file contains a formatted MS Word file containing an explanation for and an example of the GAAS Category of Standards.

    Identifying Controls for a System

    Choate and Choate is an advertising agency that employs 625 salespersons, who travel and entertain extensively. Each month, salespersons are paid both salary and commissions. The nature of their jobs is such that expenses of several hundred dollars a day might be incurred. In the past, these expenses were included in each

    AIS problem - Identifying Controls for a System

    Choate and Choate (Identifying Controls for a System) Choate and Choate is an advertising agency that employs 625 salespersons, who travel and entertain extensively. Each month, salespersons are paid both salary and commissions. The nature of their jobs is such that expenses of several hundred dollars a day might be incurred

    Weaknesses in Internal Controls

    The following control procedures are used at Sandwich Company for over-the-counter cash receipts. 1. To minimize the risk of robbery, cash in excess of $100 is stored in an unlocked attaché case in the stock room until it is deposited in the bank. 2. All over-the-counter receipts are registered by three clerks who use a cas

    Safeguards and controls

    You have identified the strategies that you want to implement in your business in the letter to your relative. What safeguards and controls would you and your partners put in place to ensure that the goals identified can be pursued ethically? Safeguards are policies, procedures, or mechanisms that when effectively applie

    Business safeguards and Controls

    Now that I have identified the strategies (see information below) that are to be implemented in the business in the letter to my relative; I need to determine: 1. What safeguards to put in place to ensure that the goals identified can be pursued ethically. Policies, procedures, or mechanisms that when effectively ap

    Classify Costs as: Internal failure, External failure, Prevention, or Appraisal

    Please help with the following accounting problems. Provide at least 100 words. Companies that implement quality cost systems typically use four cost categories. Classify the following costs as internal failure, external failure, prevention, or appraisal: - Scrap - Warranty claims - First-part inspection of a new produ