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    The most recent audit was collected in the Spring 2015 quarter. 79% of the waste was trash, 14% aluminum and plastic, 3% was composed of paper, 3% composted, and less than 1% of glass. The Winter 2015 audit showed 78% being trash, 12% aluminum and plastic, 6% paper, 4% compost and 1%…

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    Audit risk evaluation and planning materiality for the audit of “2016 Annual Report” Toshiba Corporation A. Introduction The auditor must assess client risk and perform audit planning after accepting client engagement. The assessment includes understanding the client, identifying factors impact the risk of a material misstatement, performing a risk and materiality assessment and developing an audit strategy (Moroney, Campbell, & Hamilton, 2014). This essay will discuss what the inherent risk…

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    been done). I would also like to think that the suggestions are coming from a relatively financially average person. It does little good to get suggestions from someone who may be too far removed from the middle class way of life and its worries or someone whose suggestions are idealized snippets with little practical value. So, what to do when the refund arrives: Pay those Pesky Bills Most of us have them and if you don't, well then, you're already one step ahead, but many of us have at least…

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    competition risk, a sound defensive strategy is important. Jackson (2011) argued that what makes Homeserve different from their competition is they market through large utilities. They do so by marketing to the customers of third-party utility partners, through the means of letters or inserts in customer’s utility bills that are co-branded by both HomeServe and the utility. Whilst Homeserve may have some competitive leverage in their marketing performance, we on the board still have to consider…

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    Question Three One of the firms involved in accounting scandals is Enron Corporation which was an energy company in the United States. All the people who were involved in fraud of the company were charged for example Arthur Andersen who was the accountant of the company was charged and found guilty of obstruction of justice, he was convicted but was later let free. The shareholders of Enron Corporation made a loss of $11billion by the time the company was being closed. Luckily the government of…

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    recommending security posture and well yeah, auditing IT controls too. So what about policies and procedures? Where do they fit? Are they anything more than the product of “give the auditors what they want”? When was the last time or better yet, have you ever had meaningful dialogue around policies and procedures? Just in case you’ve forgotten, policies and procedures provide the framework within which your company operates. Unfortunately far too many organizations "don 't know what they…

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    Enron Scandals In Auditing

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    history. It will analyse the accountability of those involved, including stakeholders and Arthur Anderson and also cover on the current situation of the implicated parties. The organisation, the time and place: In 1985, Enron was established through the amalgamation of two companies (Thomas, 2002). During the initial stages, Enron was finding financial hardship due to the “federal deregulation of natural gas pipelines” (Thomas, 2002). Kenneth Lay, CEO of Enron at the time therefore had to find…

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    An accountant plays an increasingly important role when it audits and reports different financial aspects about a company, which includes but not limits to a company’s balance sheet, cash flows, and incomes. The final accounting statements, which will be sent to the clients and sometimes to other stakeholders, will give not only clients but also outsiders a general overview of a company’s financial situation. Investors and cooperators who observe a company merely through its financial reports…

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    sale. It also bans dishonesty, misrepresentations, and some other fraud in the transaction of securities. The Security Exchange Commission imposes the 1933 Act mandating corporation to have the stock and securities registered that are offered to the public. The registration requirements includes audited financial statements certified by independent accountants and other disclosures that allow investors to obtain the proper judgment in purchasing securities. At the beginning of 2000s, there…

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    Following the preliminary engagement activities, the audit team should go about setting an audit strategy and have an audit plan developed. The strategy will go over aspects of how the audit procedure and discuss the scope, timing, and direction of the audit itself. This well help determine resources that the audit team will need in order to carry out the audit including experience of auditors, and the industry specific skills that may be necessary. Amount of resources should also be taken into…

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