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    Financial Independence

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    Most people achieve financial independence in their twenties, some when they graduate high school. However, there are some minors that have achieved financial independence in their teenage years through being ahead in school, working hard, and having a good job. According to Findlaw.com, “So before you ask,’How do you get emancipated?’ you should ask whether you should get emancipated. Consider the following: You will have to find and pay for a place to live (which may need to be furnished).You will need to pay for your own health care. You will have to buy and cook your own food. You may now be sued and held financially liable.” There are a lot of costs to living on your own that we sometimes forget about. Financial independence matters because, like stated in the quote, there is a lot of financial responsibility to living on your own. You must be able to pay bills, support yourself, and any spouses or children you may…

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    Independence In Auditing

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    Independence is a critical element CPA’s must consider while completing auditing services for clients. The importance stems from the basic purpose of auditing. To provide an expression of opinion on the fairness of the presentation of the financial statement requires the auditor to be independent both in fact and in appearance. In terms of independence in fact, an auditor should not own stock in the company which he or she is auditing. If the auditor recognizes that the company did not have a…

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    provide services with great professional care. Since certified public accountants have a responsibility to users of financial statements, it is necessary for auditors to be independent both in appearance and fact. An auditor should be capable of upholding an impartial attitude throughout the auditing process and gain the faith and confidence of others on his or her independence. It is therefore, necessary for auditors…

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    Brock Lesnar Case

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    similar institution, the self-interest threat to independence would be so significant that no safeguards could decrease the threat to an acceptable level. The firm should remove Brock Lesnar from the audit team. 2. In this scenario, audit independence cannot be attained because the borrowing and guarantee is material to both Brock Lesnar and Richardson…

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    Network Firm Analysis

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    The Independence requirements in this section that apply to a Network Firm apply to any entity, such as a consulting practice or professional law practice, that meets the definition of a Network Firm irrespective of whether the entity itself meets the definition of a Firm. 290.14 To enhance their ability to provide Professional Services, Firms frequently form larger structures with other Firms and entities. Whether these larger structures create a Network depends on the particular facts…

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    Audit Law LLC

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    Auditors determine whether a company’s financial statements are presented fairly and accordance with the financial reporting framework. When providing auditing and other attestation services, an auditor should be independent. Amanda was assigned to audit LAW LLC financial statements. Amanda was faced with an ethical dilemma when LAW LLC’s audit report showed little evidence of the different assets on its balance sheet. Also, LAW LLC violated their loan covenant which due whether it was on the…

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    Lowell Inc.: Case Summary

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    with you that it is not appropriate for Avis to substitute another store for Mo’s store with whom she has become conversant. You made a great point supported by the AICPA Code of Conduct Rule 102 “Integrity and Objectivity”. I would also add Rule 101 “Independence” which states that a member in public practice shall be independent in the performance of professional services as required by standards promulgated by bodies designated by Council (AICPA, 2015). Because independence is a state of…

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    it comes to obtaining high audit quality, with audit quality itself be hard to define. Despite several researches over years, there is no exact definition of audit quality or the way to measure it. However, according to Tepalagul & Lin (2015), the audit quality can be understood as auditor independence and auditor capabilities. Auditor independence can be…

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    the company’s financial statements. Any kind of information fluctuates the market greatly. The market crashed in 1929 and followed with the great depression was the result of the fluctuation. The enactment of the Security Act requires all public companies to disclose any information that will change a reasonable investor’s decision. This is when auditing started to play a big role in the securities market. It is a third party that ensures the financial statements disclosed everything material…

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    Please draft a “CPA Oath,” which speaks to the role of public accountants, addresses the challenges of the professional among its clients and society, and incorporates a historical understanding of the field of public accountancy. This Oath should not be longer than one page. The CPA Oath As a Chartered Public Accountant, my goal is to act as a trusted professional working for the greater good of the society. I will act to serve in favor of the public interest in the best of my knowledge and…

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