In meeting the second generally accepted auditing standard of fieldwork, the auditor is required to obtain sufficient understanding of each component of the entity's internal controls to plan the audit of the entity's financial statements.
?Research current periodicals and journals (between 2005 and 2007-published year,) : You pick one article related to Internal Control. -> not too long article ?Prepare your summary (2 pages ->see below) based on your research. (You need to consider the summary contents as the form of presentation skills) You have to attach
What internal controls components are common among long-term assets and liabilities, and equity accounts? What components are unique to each? How can an auditor assess these controls? What are the key management assertions related to long-term assets and liabilities? What are the most important assertions related to long-ter
Your CPA firm has just been engaged as the independent auditors for Drotos Theaters. The theater chain is opening a new theater in one month. Because of recent attention on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the main investment banking firm for Drotos' corporate operations has expressed concerns about internal control. Because of this, you
Fairfax Recreation Center (Internal Control Recommendations to Improve System) The Fairfax Recreation Center is a neighborhood fitness center equipped with an indoor swimming pool, exercise equipment, and a running track. The Center is open seven days a week, from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Stationed just inside the front doors
Problem 8-1A For each of these five separate cases, identify the principle of internal control that is violated. Recommend what the business should do to ensure adherence to principles of internal control. 1. Heather Flatt records all incoming customer cash receipts for her employer and posts the customer payments to their r
If an individual's check book has the following information: date : 9/1 check# 0, item: 0 , check amount:0, deposit 0, balance $525 date: 9/4, check #622 , item: JD's art cafe, check amount $19, balance $506 date : 9/9, check #0, item : Dividends received, check amount: 0, deposit $116, balance $622 da
E1: Careful scrutiny of accounting records and financial statements can lead to the discovery of fraud or embezzlement. Each of the following situations may indicate a possible breakdown in internal control. Indicate the nature of the possible fraud or embezzlement in each situation: 1. Wages expense for a branch office was 3
3. Assume that you have a small CPA firm and have been contacted by a husband and wife, John and Myrna Trubey, who are in the final stages of negotiating to purchase a local jewelry store. John will prepare jewelry settings, size jewelry for customers, and perform related tasks, while Myrna will be the head salesclerk. The Trube
1. Internal Control Paper The following are the procedures for Accounts Payable for Jamona.com: RECEIPT OF INVOICE FOR PAYMENT Office Manager Receives invoice in mail Routes invoice to Accounts Payable Accounts Payable Reviews invoice Codes for proper expense account Enters account payable into accounting system Pri
*10-59 (Misstatements and Controls) Field, CPA, is auditing the financial statements of Miller Mailorder, Inc. (MMI) for the year ended January 31, 2006. Field has compiled a list of possible errors and fraud that may result in the misstatement of MMI's financial statements, and a corresponding list of internal controls that, i
Many businesses receive most of their cash on credit sales through the mail. Suppose you own a business in which you must hire employees to handle cash receipts and perform the related accounting duties. What internal control feature should you use to ensure that the cash received from customers is not taken by a dishonest emp
Please help with the following problem. What internal control observations can you make about financial institutions ? Are there any areas where financial institutions do a particularly good or not so good job with internal controls? Please use descriptive examples where possible.
2. What principles of internal control apply to most business enterprises? 5. How do documentation procedures contribute to good internal control? 8. The management of Borke Company asks you, as the company accountant, to explain (a) the concept of reasonable assurance in internal control and (b) the importance of the huma