Auditing DevelopmentsCode: 20-AUD
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The objective of this course is to review the latest developments affecting audit engagements. Part of planning an audit involves consideration of the business and economic environment in which the client operates. Thus, auditors need to be aware of the various types of fraud that clients and employees may be committing, especially in light of myriad lawsuits against auditors and accountants. In addition to applying techniques to limit their liability to their clients and third parties, auditors are confronting other major problems facing the accounting field, including compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The peer review comments and new auditing statements provide further guidance on current issues. To deal with the volatility in the business climate, auditors should focus their efforts in key areas and should take lessons from litigation. Additionally, in this course, auditors will learn how to perform more efficient engagements, understand the guidance found in SAS Nos. 131 to 133 and SSAE No. 18, and much more. The course focuses recalling, recognizing and identifying rules related to auditing standards including new developments pertaining to those standards.
To review a variety of auditing developments affecting the profession including audit risk alerts.
Understand the latest developments affecting audit engagements
Consider the impact of client fraud on auditors and third-party users
Learn the lessons from litigation
Consider ways to perform audits more efficiently
Review SAS No. 131 to 133
Delivery Method: Self-Study
CPE credit: 16 Hours
Program Level: Update
Advance Preparation: None
Exam expiration date: Participants must submit exams for grading within one year from the date of purchase
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