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    Tests of account balances are intended to obtain audit evidence about
    the fairness of the inventory accounts or, alternatively, identify material misstatements
    in the amounts presented. Audit procedures can only be selected after the auditor
    determines specific audit objectives related to management assertions.

    Management Assertions
    1. Existence or occurrence
    2. Completeness
    3. Rights and obligations
    4. Valuation or allocation
    5. Presentation and disclosure

    Required:

    For each audit procedure below, identify the related management assertion(s) that
    the audit procedure tests and explain the audit objective of the procedure.
    (a) Trace totals of inventory files to the general ledger, including proper classification
    as raw materials, WIP, or finished goods.
    (b)Test additions to inventory by selecting a sample of recorded purchases from the
    inventory records and examining supporting documents.
    (c) Review consignment contracts and scan inventory records for inclusion of
    amounts for any consigned items not owned.
    (d)Reperform calculations supporting decisions about write-downs or write-offs of
    inventory and trace any adjustment amounts to the inventory records.
    (e) Using computer-assisted auditing techniques reperform calculations testing mathematical
    accuracy, including totals extensions of price and quantity and unit or
    batch aggregations; recalculation is based on appropriate application of the client
    costing method (FIFO, LIFO, weighted average, specific identification, etc.).

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    (a) Trace totals of inventory files to the general ledger, including proper classification
    as raw materials, WIP, or finished goods. - Valuation.
    Objective: To determine if the correct totals are on the company's ledgers and if the correct totals flow onto the company's balance sheet.

    (b)Test additions to inventory by selecting a sample of recorded purchases from the
    inventory records and examining supporting ...

    Solution Summary

    Tests of account balances are intended to obtain audit evidence about
    the fairness of the inventory accounts or, alternatively, identify material misstatements
    in the amounts presented. Audit procedures can only be selected after the auditor
    determines specific audit objectives related to management assertions.

    Management Assertions
    1. Existence or occurrence
    2. Completeness
    3. Rights and obligations
    4. Valuation or allocation
    5. Presentation and disclosure

    Required:

    For each audit procedure below, identify the related management assertion(s) that
    the audit procedure tests and explain the audit objective of the procedure.
    (a) Trace totals of inventory files to the general ledger, including proper classification
    as raw materials, WIP, or finished goods.
    (b)Test additions to inventory by selecting a sample of recorded purchases from the
    inventory records and examining supporting documents.
    (c) Review consignment contracts and scan inventory records for inclusion of
    amounts for any consigned items not owned.
    (d)Reperform calculations supporting decisions about write-downs or write-offs of
    inventory and trace any adjustment amounts to the inventory records.
    (e) Using computer-assisted auditing techniques reperform calculations testing mathematical
    accuracy, including totals extensions of price and quantity and unit or
    batch aggregations; recalculation is based on appropriate application of the client
    costing method (FIFO, LIFO, weighted average, specific identification, etc.).

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