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    Dell's Code Of Ethics

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    Dell started out in 1984 with just 1,000 dollars and became the largest computer system providers worldwide. The founder of the company was Michael Dell who at that time was a 19 year old. Michael Dell went to the University of Texas as a pre-med student, but at the end of his freshmen year he left to devote his time to his growing business. Dells vision in 1984 was on how technology should be designed, manufactured and sold. Dell is more than a company with a vision, it’s a company with strong…

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    The purpose of generalized audit software programs is to perform a variety of auditing operations on the computer files used to store the information. The steps to be followed by the internal auditor to use generalized computer audit software include: • planning and designing the audit application. • ensuring that the output and final reports are generated from the files being • tested. ii. The purpose…

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    Dallas Gold & Silver Exchange, a jewelry company, created and filed with the Commission materially inaccurate financial statements since 2009. I. John Benson, the Chief Financial Officer of DGSE, was found to manipulate the amounts of inventory for 2009 and 2010 by inflating millions of dollars (Jacobson, 2012). He exploited the inappropriate controls of DGSE and made some fraudulent accounting entries; He concealed them with false inventory details and management representation letter. Mr.…

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    Rules and Regulations After the establishment of the SOX, SOX then created the PCAOB to directly observe an auditors’ work (Elder, Zhang, Zhou, & Zhou, 2009, p. 544). The PCAOB implemented several auditing standards intended at guaranteeing adequate audits in affiliation to SOX 302 and SOX 404 (Mundy & Owen, 2013, p. 185). Mundy and Owen point out that the PCAOB auditing standards assist to recognize the procedures and measures, whether they are manual or automated, that should be audited in…

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    Nefret Stores Case Summary

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    INTRODUCTION An investigation carried out by Income & Sales Tax Department disclosed that Nefret Stores, a large discount cosmetic department store chain, understated accounts payable and recorded fictitious supplier credits. Therefore, Nefret’s audit firm, Abdul & EL-Emir tested their accounts payable and supplier credits including supporting advertising credits, Nashwa credits and Zaki credits. 2. CASE ANALYSIS 2.1 Advertising Credits In this case, there were only 8 out of 2,500 confirmations…

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    Billy's Beats Case Study 4

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    Audit Group Case 4, Billy’s Beats Billy’s Beats Inc. Completing the Audit Due Date: December 10 by 8PM Please read the instructions below carefully. Failure to follow these instructions may adversely affect your grade for this assignment. As outlined in the syllabus, the penalty for unexcused late assignments is 10% of the maximum points for each day that the assignment is late, and no assignment will be accepted after three days from its due date. • Read the case and the “Required” section…

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    Audit Sampling Essay

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    History Sampling is regarded as one of the most necessary parts of auditing today, but as a matter of fact, it was not until 1997 that the “Audit Sampling” standard was issued by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB). When auditing first came into fruition sampling was not given the same consideration that is has today, as company owners were “interested in discovering major accounts of fraud or misstatements in the financial statements” (Oana, Tatiana 2013, and…

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    Self Audit Paper

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    (213) OSHA’s Voluntary Self-Audit Policy Purpose OSHA has made it clear that they “will not routinely request self-audit reports as a means of identifying hazards upon which to focus during an inspection. [Nevertheless,] now many companies choose to involve legal counsel in the self-audit process for evidently privilege purposes (Bailey et al., 2008, p.196). “However, even documents prepared or reviewed by an attorney will not be protected to the extent that the audit is required by law or…

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    registration, inspection, enforcement and setting standards. The PCAOB has the authority to register accounting firms which conduct audit reports for issuers, brokers, and dealers. Even accounting firms not located in the United States but still provide audit services for any U.S-based issuer, broker, or dealer are also subject to rules set by the PCAOB. In turn, quality control, audit, and ethical practices are imposed among the registered…

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    services industry. At PwC, I was mainly involved in audit of financial institutions which involved extensive review of loan portfolio and financial instruments. In particular, review of distressed loans was main focus of each engagement. The experience I gained in these engagement will provide value to Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC: Expertise in distressed loans review. As a financial services auditor, I was primarily involved in audit financial institutions. Challenges…

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