The tutorial questions in this sixth edition cover the latest auditing syllabi of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (Part 1 of the Qualifying Examination) and the Public Accountants' and Auditors' Board (Part 2 of the Qualifying Examination -- Audit specialisation). Hundreds of questions span various topics and are graded into three categories according to their levels of difficulty, in compliance with the South African accounting profession's definition of levels of knowledge: B: Basic (Level 1: Knowledge and comprehension) I: Intermediate (Level 2: Application) A: Advanced (Level 3: Integration). The sequence of questions in each section runs from basic through intermediate to advanced.Identify the additional risks, other than those described in the attached diagram, to be addressed by the internal audit divisiona#39;s review of the new sales system. ( 25) 2. ... Draft a working paper for your audit manager of the possible audit approaches to be adopted for the new system. ... Through discussion with company officials, you have established the following: a) The company makes use of payrollanbsp;...
|Title||:||Graded Tutorials on Auditing|
|Author||:||Peter Bourne, Bourne, Jooste, Shev, Minter, J. Shev, Puttick, Clayton|
|Publisher||:||Juta and Company Ltd - 2006-01-01|