Overview:Due to the limited number of qualified professionals, many small to medium sized entities struggle with maintaining an adequate internal control structure. In addition, many auditors struggle with assisting their clients during the audit process while maintaining their independence and professional skepticism. This course includes an overview of the auditor’s responsibilities related to financial statement fraud, and also includes information relevant to management’s responsibility for fraud and internal controls. TOPICS DISCUSSED • Internal controls in small- to medium-sized entities. • Professional standards and requirements
Objective:LEARNING OBJECTIVES When you complete this course you will be able to: • Identify key points related to the auditor’s responsibilities related to fraud during a financial statement audit. • Recognize ways to address common fraud committed within an organization.
Designed For:Practitioners and financial professionals responsible for preventing, detecting, & dealing w/frau
Member/Nonmember Fees:159 / 199
CPE:Auditing 4 hour(s)
Yellow Book Credit:N
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