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1.  Which of the following is the most important qualitative factor that auditors should consider when making materiality judgments?
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2.  Which of the following statements about the study of accounting is NOT true?
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3.  Auditors are most likely to gather audit evidence solely using substantive procedures...
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D.
4.  All of the following represent an increased opportunity to commit fraud except:
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D.
5.  Which of the following statements is not true with respect to assurance, attest, and audit services?
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6.  Of the following, the most reliable type of evidence typically is...
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D.
7.  Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires the auditor to provide which of the following:
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B.
C.
D.
8.  Which of the following is NOT a requirement of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act?
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9.  Effective internal control in a small company that has an insufficient number of employees to permit proper division of responsibilities can best be enhanced by...
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10.  Which of the following statements best describes a relationship between sample size and other elements of auditing?
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11.  The person in charge of authorizing credit to customers does not properly understand what constitutes a credit risk. This is an example of?
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12.  Which of the following types of documentary evidence should the auditor consider to be the most reliable?
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13.  With regard to detecting fraud, auditing standards require auditors to...
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14.  Which of the following is not a concept that is included in the scope paragraph of the auditor's report?
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15.  In the context of an audit of financial statements, substantive procedures are audit procedures that...
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D.
16.  An auditor who discovers that a client's employees paid small bribes to municipal officials most likely would withdraw from the engagement if...
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17.  The basic purpose of a financial statement audit is to...
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D.
18.  A primary purpose of internal controls is to...
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D.
19.  In correct order, general types of audit tests include:
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20.  Proper segregation of functional responsibilities in an effective system of internal control calls for separation of the functions of...
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21.  The auditor must understand internal control before assessing inherent risk.
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22.  Where computer processing is used in significant accounting applications, internal control activities may be defined by classifying control activities into two types: general and...
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23.  The risk that an auditor will conclude, based on substantive procedures, that a material error does not exist in an account balance when, in fact, such error does exist is referred to as...
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24.  All of the following are inherent risk factors that are pervasive to the financial statements except...
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25.  The risk of material misstatement includes which of the following:
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D.
26.  An entity's control activities include all of the following except...
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D.
27.  Audit documentation prepared on audits of publicly held clients is the property of the...
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D.
28.  A modification of the standard report is required for all of the following conditions, except:
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C.
D.
29.  Which of the following is false?
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30.  An abnormal fluctuation in gross profit that might suggest the need for extended audit procedures for sales and inventories would most likely be identified in the planning phase of the audit by the use of...
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D.
31.  An auditor obtains knowledge about a new client's business and its industry in order to...
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D.
32.  The PCAOB's definition of internal control over financial reporting specifically mentions all of the following control activities, except...
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33.  Which of the following types of audit evidence is the most persuasive?
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34.  You are concerned with unrecorded transactions in the purchasing cycle. Which audit procedure are you most likely to use when auditing purchases?
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35.  According to the PCAOB, who is responsible for the reliability of the internal controls over financial reporting process of an entity?
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36.  The main difference between SAS and AU is:
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37.  Examples of company-level controls include:
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38.  Auditors are most likely to use the most rigorous audit procedures to examine
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D.
39.  A deficiency that implies that there is reasonable possibility of misstatement in the financial statements that is significant but not material is...
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40.  To obtain an understanding of significant processes and relevant subprocesses, auditors would be least likely to use which of the following techniques:
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D.
41.  A confirmation is used to:
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42.  The auditor can respond to an increased risk of fraud by doing all of the following except...
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43.  The authoritative body designed to promulgate standards concerning an accountant's association with audited financial statements of an entity that is required to file financial statements with the SEC is the...
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44.  What is the general character of the work conducted in performing a forensic audit for a company?
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45.  Internal control consists of six components.
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46.  An investor is reading the financial statements of the Stankey Corporation and observes that the statements are accompanied by an auditor's unqualified report. From this, the investor may conclude that:
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D.
47.  In determining the extent to which the auditor may use the work of others in the audit of ICFR, the auditor should do all of the following except...
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D.
48.  Which of the following procedures most likely would be included as part of an auditor's test of controls?
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49.  Which assertions may be tested for the "transactions and events" category of management assertions?
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50.  Tolerable misstatements is...
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51.  Prior to issuing a report on internal controls over financial reporting, an auditor is required to:
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52.  Each of the following might, by itself, form a valid basis for an auditor to reduce substantive testing except for the...
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53.  Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the audit committee of a public company has the following requirement(s):
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54.  Which of the following is not a misstatement of the financial statements?
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55.  The three general standards are concerned with:
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56.  Management's written representations concerning internal control are:
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57.  Which of the following best describes the concept of audit risk?
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58.  Which of the following is not an audit procedure that is commonly used in performing tests of controls?
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59.  All of the following refer to an internal auditor's competence except...
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60.  Which of the following is not a typical analytical procedure?
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61.  Vouching is used primarily to test which of the following assertions about classes of transaction?
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62.  The AICPA's Statements on Auditing Standards can be described as...
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63.  The current audit file usually includes:
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64.  Reports on service organizations typically...
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65.  Which of the following statements included in management's assessment of the effectiveness of internal control over financial reporting would be considered acceptable for issuing an unqualified opinion?
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66.  Because of the risk of material misstatement, an audit of financial statements in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards should be planned and performed within an attitude of...
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D.
67.  A dual-purpose test...
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68.  In the context of an audit of internal controls, the auditor must document all of the following except...
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D.
69.  In order for an external auditor to complete an audit of a publicly traded entity, the entity's management must comply with all of the following except:
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D.
70.  In obtaining an understanding of an entity's internal control in a financial statement audit, an auditor is not obligated to...
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D.
71.  The five step process in the audit of ICFR includes...
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D.
72.  Analytical procedures are...
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73.  Which of the following presumptions is correct about the reliability of audit evidence?
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74.  Hawkins requested permission to communicate with the predecessor auditor and review certain portions of the predecessor auditor's working papers. The prospective client's refusal to permit this will bear directly on Hawkins' decision concerning the...
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75.  Which of the following statements is false?
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76.  In an audit of financial statements in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, an auditor is required to...
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77.  The independent auditor selects several transactions in each functional area and traces them through the entire system, paying special attention to evidence about whether or not the control activities are in operation. This is an example of a(n)...
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D.
78.  An example of audit evidence with a medium level of reliability is:
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79.  A substantive strategy differs from a reliance strategy in that a substantive strategy includes...
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80.  The three standards of fieldwork are concerned with:
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D.
81.  The auditor is most likely to presume that a high risk of a fraud exists if...
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D.
82.  Tracing is used primarily to test which of the following assertions about classes of transactions?
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C.
D.
83.  Why do auditors generally use a sampling approach to evidence gathering?
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84.  An independent auditor might consider the procedures performed by the internal auditors because...
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85.  Which of the following best describes why publicly-traded corporations follow the practice of having the external auditor appointed by the board of directors or elected by the stockholders?
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86.  Which of the following tends to be most predictable for purposes of analytical procedures applied as substantive procedures?
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87.  The documentation of an auditor's understanding of internal controls...
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88.  Due professional care requires...
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89.  Which of the following procedures would an auditor most likely include in the initial planning of a financial statement audit?
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90.  As part of gaining an initial understanding of internal control, an auditor is required to do all of the following except:
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C.
D.
91.  An "integrated audit" as stated in Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act means...
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B.
C.
D.
92.  In the context of agency theory, information asymmetry refers to the idea that...
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D.
93.  Which of the following is correct concerning required auditor communications about fraud?
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94.  Which of the following show the detailed general ledger accounts that make up a financial statement category on the auditor's working trial balance?
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95.  The achieved (actual) level of audit risk...
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96.  Of the following, which is the least persuasive type of audit evidence?
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97.  Which of the following is not a primary objective of internal control as established by COSO?
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98.  The permanent audit file usually includes:
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