This webinar series combines best practices with practical guidance on how to conduct efficient and effective audits of small businesses. This course highlights the latest audit guidance from standard setters, including implementation of SAS Nos. 134-149. Best practices for documentation of audit requirements will be illustrated. Major topics include audit planning, risk assessment, formulating the audit strategy, evaluating, and testing internal controls, designing, and performing further audit procedures, audit sampling, and documentation. This series is geared towards auditors with experience managing audit engagements.
Best Practices for Effective & Efficient Auditing series includes 4 sessions that can be taken together or independently. Topics include:
Planning and Risk Assessment - August 8th
Designing Audit Procedures - August 10th
Performing Tests of Controls and Substantive Tests - August 15th
Evaluating and Concluding - August 17th
Designing Audit Procedures
This discussion will build on your existing knowledge of and experience with documenting the linkage between risk assessment and the audit procedures. Topics for this session will include linking identified and significant risks to the customized audit program.
Who should attend: Senior audit professionals responsible for the management of audit engagements.
Instructor: Susan Longo, CPA, MBA
Instructor assignments are fluid and subject to change.
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NASBA Field of Study
Auditing 2 hours
NASBA National Registry of CPE SponsorsYes
NASBA Publication Revision Date
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By the end of this webinar, you should be able to: identify and assess risk of misstatement at the relevant assertion level; identify significant risks; link the risk assessment to the preparation of a detailed audit plan; and document identified risks, significant risks, and the risk assessment.
Advanced Preparation None
Minimum supported systems require:
A laptop or desktop computer running Microsoft Windows 10 or later
(64-bit with at least 8GB of RAM recommended)
The latest available version* of one of the following Internet browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Microsoft Edge
A minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
High-speed Internet connection
The latest available version* of Adobe Reader or other application capable of natively opening PDF documents
Use of a cell phone is not recommended or supported.
Devices other than Windows-based desktops, and laptops may work but are not supported (tablet users may not hear the participation alert for online webinar events).
Apple Mac OS/X is not supported; however, OS/X systems capable of running the latest version of one of the listed browsers should work.
*“Latest available version” includes versions released within the past six-months
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