A. It helps to study relationship among balance sheet accounts
B. It helps to discover material misstatements in the financial statements
C. It helps to identify possible oversights
D. It helps to accumulate evidence supporting the validity of a specific account balance
A. To provide a basis for review of audit work
B. To provide a basis for subsequent audits
C. To ensure audit work is being carried out as per programme
D. To provide a guide for advising another client on similar issues
A. Positive assurance
B. Negative assurance
C. High level of assurance
D. No assurance
A. Tracing of purchases recurred in the purchase book to purchase invoices.
B. Comparing aggregate wages paid to number of employees
C. Comparing the actual costs with standard costs
D. All of them are analytical procedure
A. one audit firm should audit the IFI and a different firm should audit the financial statements for the year as a whole.
B. one accountancy firm should review the IFI and a different firm should audit the financial statements for the year as a whole.
C. the same firm should audit the IFI and the financial statements for the year as a whole.
D. the same firm should review the IFI and the financial statements for the year as a whole.
A. Extracts from client’s bank statements
B. Past year’s financial statements
C. Attorney’s letters
D. Debt agreements
A. To be reliable, evidence should conclusive rather than persuasive
B. Effective internal control system provides reliable audit evidence
C. Evidence obtained from outside sources routed through the client
D. All are correct.
A. Complete audit
B. Completed audit
C. Final audit
D. Detailed audit
A. Amount of known misstatement is documented in working papers
B. Estimates of the total likely misstatement is less than materiality level
C. Estimate of the total likely misstatement is more than materially level
D. Estimates of the total likely misstatement cannot be made
A. Authenticated copy of relevant minutes of meetings may be regarded as management representation
B. It should always be in working
C. It may be dated prior to the report date
D. It should be addressed to the auditor