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Auditing Cases An Interactive Learning Approach

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ISBN-10: 0132423502

ISBN-13: 9780132423502

Edition: 4th 2009

Authors: Mark S. Beasley, Frank A. Buckless, Steven M Glover, Douglas F Prawitt

List price: $61.80
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Description:

Auditing Cases 4/e provides 40 auditing cases focusing on each of the major activities performed during an audit. Most of the cases are based on actual companies, and a number address financial reporting fraud. The cases are designed to engage the reader through the use of lively narrative and the introduction of emerging issues. The cases were chosen to provide hands-on exposure to realistic, focused, cases involving all aspects of the auditing process
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Book details

List price: $61.80
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/7/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Client AcceptanceCases included in this Section
Ocean Manufacturing, Inc The New Client Acceptance Decision
Understanding the Clients Business and Assessing Risk Cases included in this Section
Your1040Return.com Evaluating eBusiness Revenue Recognition, Information Privacy, and Electronic Evidence Issues
Dell Computer Corporation Evaluation of Client Business Risk
Flash Technologies, Inc Risk Analysis and Resolution of Client Issues
Asher Farms Inc Understanding of Clients Business Environment
Professional and Ethical Issues Cases included in this Section
A Day in the Life of Brent Dorsey Staff Auditor Professional Pressures
Nathan Johnsons Rental Car Reimbursement Solving Ethical DilemmasShould He Pocket the Cash?
The Anonymous Caller Recognizing Its a Fraud and Evaluating What to Do
WorldCom The Story of a Whistleblower
Hollinger International Realities of Audit-Related Litigation
Accounting Fraud and Auditor Legal Liability Cases included in this Section
Enron Corporation and Andersen, LLP Analyzing the Fall of Two Giants
Comptronix Corporation Identifying Inherent Risk and Control Risk Factors
Cendant Corporation Assessing the Control Environment and Evaluating Risk of Financial Statement Fraud
Waste Management, Inc Manipulating Accounting Estimate
Xerox Corporation Evaluating Risk of Financial Statement Fraud
Phar-Mor, Inc Accounting Fraud, Litigation, and Auditor Liability
Internal Control over Financial Reporting Cases included in this Section
Simply Steam, Co Evaluation of Internal Control Environment
Easy Clean, Co Evaluation of Internal Control Environment
Red Bluff Inn & Caf Establishing Effective Internal Control in a Small Business
Evaluation of Manual and IT-Based Sales Accounting System Risks
Enterprises Recommending IT Systems Development Controls
Sarbox Scooter, Inc Scoping and Evaluation Judgments in the Audit of Internal Control over Financial Reporting
Socit Gnrale How a Low-Risk Trading Area Caused a $7.2 Billion Loss
The Impact of Information Technology Cases included in this Section
Inc Identifying eBusiness Risks and Related Assurance Services for the eBusiness Marketplace
Evaluating IT Benefits and Risks and Identifying Trust Services Opportunities
Planning Materiality Cases included in this Section
Inc Determination of Planning Materiality and Tolerable Misstatement Other cases that discuss topics related to this section 5.6
Sarbox Scooter, Inc Scoping and Evaluation Judgments in the Audit of Internal Control over Financial Reporting 12.1
EyeMax Corporation Evaluation of Audit Differences 12.2
Auto Parts, Inc. Considering Materiality When Evaluating Accounting Policies and Footnote Disclosures
Analytical Procedures Cases included in this Section
Laramie Wire Manufacturing Using Analytical Procedures in Audit Planning
Northwest Bank Developing Expectations for Analytical Procedures
Burlingham Bees Using Analytical Procedures as Substantive Tests Other cases that discuss topics related to this section 1.1
Ocean Manufacturing, Inc. The New Client