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Illustrative audit for auditing

Joseph A. Silvoso

Illustrative audit for auditing

by Joseph A. Silvoso

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Published by South-Western Publ. in Cincinnati .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Joseph A. Silvoso and Royal D.M. Bauer.
ContributionsBauer, Royal Daniel Michael.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13762833M

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  Understand the unique audit areas related to a compliance audit of federal awards, including internal control over compliance for major programs Review illustrative auditor reports for both the financial statement audit performed under GAGAS and the compliance audit performed under the Uniform GuidanceReviews: 1. 3) Develop Audit Plan: The purpose of the document review is to develop your audit plan of what will be audited, who will do the auditing, when it will happen and who will be audited. Here you decide how the audit will be split up if more than one auditor will be used, and how much time will be dedicated to each process in the audit.


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