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For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com ACC 492 Final Exam (All Possible Questions) (2019 Syllabus) ACC 492 Week 1 Current Issue Summary

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ACC 492 Entire Course 2020 Syllabus For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com ACC 492 Final Exam All Possible Questions 2019 Syllabus ACC 492 Week 1 Current Issue Summary ACC 492 Week 1 Current Issue Summary Behind the Numbers Insights into Large Audit Firm Sampling Policies 2019 Syllabus

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ACC 492 Week 2 Team Assignment ACC 492 Week 2 Team Assignment Amazon ACC 492 Week 2 Textbook Problem 23-20 14-20 14-26 New Syllabus 2019 ACC 492 Week 2 Current Issue Summary Auditing Cash Financial Instruments Sales or Receivables ACC 492 Week 2 Current Issue Summary Failing to Find Fraud When Auditing Cash 2019 Syllabus

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ACC 492 Week 3 Current Issue Summary Auditing Inventory Warehouse or Payroll Cycles ACC 492 Week 3 Current Issue Summary Keep Ghosts off the Payroll 2019 Syllabus ACC 492 Week 3 textbook assignment 20-20 21-21 ACC 492 Week 3 Team Assignment Inventory Warehousing and Payroll accounts and cycles Walmart 2000 Words

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ACC 492 Week 3 Team Assignment Inventory Warehousing and Payroll accounts and cycles Amazon ACC 492 Week 4 Textbook Problem 18-26 ACC 492 Week 4 Current Issue Summary auditing acquisitions payments property plant and equipment ACC 492 Week 4 Current Issue Summary Management’s Report on Internal Control over Financial Reporting 2019 Syllabus ACC 492 Week 4 Team Assignment Acquisition Payment Property Plant and Equipment Notes Payable and Owner’s Equity and cycles Walmart

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ACC 492 Week 4 Team Assignment Acquisition Payment Property Plant and Equipment Notes Payable and Owner’s Equity and cycles Amazon ACC 492 Week 5 Assignment importance of considering contingent liabilities letters from client lawyers Walmart ACC 492 Week 5 Assignment importance of considering contingent liabilities letters from client lawyers Amazon ACC 492 Week 5 Final Audit Paper Walmart

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ACC 492 Week 5 Final Audit Paper Amazon ACC 492 Final Exam All Possible Questions 2020 Syllabus For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com 1. Which of the following tests are typically not necessary when auditing a client’s schedule of recorded disposals Footing the schedule. Tracing schedule totals to the general ledger.

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Tracing cost and accumulated depreciation of the disposals to the property master file. All of the above are necessary. 2. _______accumulate costs by individual jobs as material is issued into production and labor costs are incurred. Just-in-time production systems Job order cost systems Process cost systems Manufacturing systems 3. The introductory paragraph of the standard audit report for a non- public company performs which functions I. It states the CPA has performed an audit. II. It lists the financial statements being audited. III. It states the financial statements are the responsibility of the auditor.

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I and II I and III II and III I II and III 4. Auditors are especially concerned with three aspects of internal control for the sales and collection cycle. Which of the following is not one of their major concerns Controls related to the allowance for uncollectible accounts Controls that prevent or detect embezzlements Controls over sales discounts Controls over cutoff

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5. Which of the following accounts is not associated with the acquisition and payment cycle Accrued property taxes Income tax expense Common stock Property plant and equipment 6. For audit evidence to be compelling to the auditor it must be sufficient and appropriate. Which statement below is not correct regarding the appropriateness of audit evidence Evidence obtained from independent sources outside the entity is generally more reliable than evidence secured solely within the entity. An auditor’s opinion to be economically useful and profitable to the auditing firm needs to be formed within a reasonable time and based on evidence obtained that assures profits for the auditing firm.

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The independent auditor’s direct personal knowledge obtained through inquiry observation and inspection is generally more persuasive than information obtained indirectly. The more effective the internal control system the more assurance it provides the auditor about the reliability of financial reporting by the client. 7. A document used by organizations to establish a formal means of recording and controlling acquisitions which usually contains a package of documents about the acquisition is the: voucher. purchase requisition. purchase order. receiving report. 8. You are auditing Manufacturing Company and testing the audit related objective of completeness for the equipment accounts. Which of the following audit procedures is most likely to achieve your objective

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Trace individual acquisitions to the fixed asset master file. Physically examine assets. Examine vendor invoices and receiving reports. Examine vendor invoices of closely related accounts such as repairs and maintenance. 9. A sample in which the characteristics of the sample are the same as those of the population is an: random sample. attributes sample. variables sample. representative sample.

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10. Which of the following business functions is not considered to be part of the acquisitions class of transactions Recognizing liabilities Processing purchase orders Processing cash disbursements Recognizing liabilities 11. Which of the following is not explicitly stated in the standard unqualified audit report The auditors believe that the audit evidence provides a reasonable basis for their opinion. The audit was conducted in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. An audit includes assessing the accounting estimates used.

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The financial statements are the responsibility of management. 12. When the auditor decides to select less than 100 percent of the population for testing the auditor is said to use: audit sampling. poor judgment. estimation sampling. representative sampling. 13. The ________ is a contract between a carrier e.g. a trucking company and the seller of goods that dictates the details surrounding the shipment of goods. sales invoice remittance advice

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picking ticket bill of lading 14. Which of the following is a correct statement regarding audit evidence A large sample of evidence provided by an independent party is always considered persuasive evidence. A small sample of only one or two pieces of highly appropriate evidence is always considered persuasive evidence. The auditor must obtain a sufficient amount of relevant and reliable evidence to form an opinion on the fairness of the financial statements. Evidence is usually more reliable for balance sheet accounts when it is obtained within six months of the balance sheet date. 15. Which of the following statements is not correct The decision of how many items to test must be made by the auditor for each audit procedure.

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The decision of how many items to test should not be influenced by the increased costs of performing the additional tests. The sample size for any given procedure is likely to vary from audit to audit. It is possible to vary the sample size from one unit to 100 of the items in the population. 16. Which of the following is not one of the business functions for the payroll and personnel cycle Payment of payroll Reconciliation of payroll account Timekeeping and payroll preparation Human resources and employment

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17. One unique characteristic of the capital acquisition and repayment cycle is that relatively few transactions affect the account balances but each transaction is often highly material in amount. True False 18. The audit procedure that requires an auditor to “foot the acquisition schedule” relates to which balance-related audit objective Classification Detail tie-in Existence Cut-off 19. Which of the following does not have to be considered in determining the initial sample size of a test of details

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Acceptable risk of incorrect rejection Tolerable misstatement Acceptable audit risk Estimate of misstatements in the population 20. Because cash is the most desirable asset for people to steal it has a higher: liquidity risk. detection risk. control risk. inherent risk. 21. The two primary classes of transactions in the sales and collection cycle are:

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sales and cash receipts. sales and sales returns. sales and accounts receivable. sales and sales discounts. 22. Master files spreadsheets and reports that accumulate material labor and overhead as the costs are incurred are: accounting systems storeroom documents cost accounting records finished goods inventory records.

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23. Which of the following expenses is not typically evaluated as part of the audit of the acquisition and payment cycle Depreciation expense Insurance expense Bad debts expense Property tax expense. 24. Smaller privately held companies may not maintain an accounts payable master file by vendor. These companies pay on the basis of: Vendor’s monthly statements Individual vendor’s invoices The account payable account in the general ledger During letters

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25. The word below that best explains the relationship between required sample size and the acceptable risk of incorrect acceptance is: Inverse. Direct. Proportional. Indeterminate. 26. Which of the following balance-related audit objectives typically is assessed as having high inherent risk for cash Existence Cutoff Detail tie-in Presentation and disclosure 27. The final step in the evaluation of the audit results is the decision to:

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project the point estimate. determine sampling error and calculate the estimated total population error. determine the error in each sample. accept the population as fairly stated or to require further action. 28. The computer file used for recording payroll transactions for each employee and maintaining total wages paid for the year to date is the: payroll transaction file. payroll master file. payroll bank account reconciliation. payroll tax returns. 29. The computer-generated file which records acquisitions disbursements and allowances for each vendor is the:

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Cash disbursements file. Accounts payable master file. Purchase approval file. Acquisitions transaction file. 30. Which of the following groups has the responsibility for identifying and deciding the appropriate accounting treatment for recording or disclosing contingent liabilities Management and the auditors Management Legal counsel Auditors 31. The standard unqualified audit report for a non-public entity must:

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Have a report title that includes the word "CPA." Be addressed to the companys stockholders and creditors. Be dated. Include an explanatory paragraph 32. The appropriate and sufficient evidence to be obtained from tests of details must be decided on an: Efficiency basis. Effectiveness basis. Audit objectives basis. None of the above 33. You are auditing Rodgers and Company. You are aware of a potential loss due to non-compliance with environmental regulations. Management has assessed that there is a 40 chance that a 10M payment could result from the non-compliance. The appropriate financial statement treatment is to:

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Accrue a 4 million liability. Disclose a liability and provide a range of outcomes. Since there is less than a 50 chance of occurrence ignore. Since there is greater that a remote chance of occurrence accrue the 10 million 33. To determine if a sample is truly representative of the population an auditor would be required to: conduct multiple samples of the same population. never use sampling because of the expense involved. audit the entire population. use systematic sample selection

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34. Auditors seldom learn about the capital acquisition and repayment cycle when gaining an understanding of the client’s business and industry. True False 35. The total of the individual employee earnings in the payroll master file should equal the total: of the checks drawn to employees for payroll. balance of gross payroll in general ledger accounts. gross pay for the current week’s payroll. gross payroll plus the total contributed by the employer for payroll taxes. 36. When auditing the capital acquisition and repayment cycle it is common to verify each transaction taking place in the cycle for the entire year as a part of verifying the balance sheet accounts.

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True False 37. In most manufacturing companies the inventory and warehousing cycle begins with the: acquisition of raw materials for production of an order. initiation of production of a customer’s order. receipt of a customer’s order. completion of production of a customer’s order. 38. Some companies have customers send payments directly to an address maintained by a bank. This is called an ________ system. direct deposit funds transfer

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lockbox interbank transfer 39. A commitment is best described as: an agreement to commit the firm to a set of fixed conditions in the future. a potential future obligation to an outside party for an as yet to be determined amount. an agreement to commit the firm to a set of fixed conditions in the future that depends on current market conditions. an agreement to commit the firm to a set of fixed conditions in the future that depends on company profitability. 40. The management’s responsibility section of the standard audit report for a non-public company states that the financial statements are: none of the above.

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the responsibility of management. the responsibility of the auditor. the joint responsibility of management and the auditor. 41. Which of the following is an analytical procedure to determine if there is idle equipment or equipment that was disposed of but not written off Compare annual repairs and maintenance accounts with previous years. Compare gross manufacturing cost divided by some measure of production with previous years. Compare accumulated depreciation divided by gross equipment cost with previous years. Compare depreciation expense divided by gross equipment cost with previous years.

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42. Accrued payroll taxes are normally considered to be associated with the acquisition and payment cycle. True False 43. Which of the following is a business function related to sales returns and allowances Processing customer orders Writing off uncollectible accounts Processing and recording credit memos Granting credit 44. In addition to confirming bank balances of your audit client a bank confirmation would normally contain:

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the client’s bank loans with due date interest rate and collateral requested. the client’s business prospects. the client’s credit history as regards to paying back loans. the client’s managements bank account information. 45. Which of the following audit procedures would be the most correct in determining the audit objective of existence for the equipment account in the fixed asset master file Examine vendor invoices and receiving reports. Examine vendor invoices for correct accounting treatment. Recalculate vendor invoices. Review transactions near the balance sheet date.

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ACC 492 Week 2 Current Issue Summary Failing to Find Fraud When Auditing Cash 2020 Syllabus For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com ACC 492 Week 2 Current Issue Summary Write a 175- to 350-word summary. Research a recent article on auditing cash financial instruments sales or receivables. Apply what you learn to your future or current job. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment in a Microsoft® Word document

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ACC 492 Week 2 Textbook Problem 23-20 14-20 14-26 New Syllabus 2020 For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com 23-20 Objectives 23-3 23-4 The following are misstatements that might be found in the clients year-end cash balance assume that the balance sheet date is June 30: 1.The outstanding checks on the June 30 bank reconciliation were underfooted by 2000. 2.A loan from the bank on June 26 was credited directly to the clients bank account. The loan was not entered as of June 30. 3.A check was omitted from the outstanding check list on the June 30 bank reconciliation. It cleared the bank July 7. 4.A check was omitted from the outstanding check list on the bank reconciliation. It cleared the bank September 6. 5.Cash receipts collected on accounts receivable from July 1 to July 5 were included as June 29 and 30 cash receipts.

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6.A bank transfer recorded in the accounting records on July 1 was included as a deposit in transit on June 30. 7.A check that was dated June 26 and disbursed in June was not recorded in the cash disbursements journal but it was included as an outstanding check on June 30. Required a.Assuming that each of these misstatements was intentional fraud state the most likely motivation of the person responsible. b.What control can be instituted for each fraud to reduce the likelihood of occurrence c.List an audit procedure that can be used to discover each fraud. 14-23 Objectives 14-1 14-3 The following questions deal with audit evidence for the sales and collection cycle. Choose the best response.

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a. An auditor is performing substantive tests of transactions for sales. One step is to trace a sample of debit entries from the accounts receivable master file back to the supporting duplicate sales invoices. What will the auditor intend to establish by this step b. Which audit procedure is most effective in testing credit sales for overstatement . c. To determine whether internal control relative to the revenue cycle of a wholesaling entity is operating effectively in minimizing the failure to prepare sales invoices an auditor would most likely select a sample of transactions from the population represented by the 14-26 Objectives 14-3 14-4 14-5 The following are commonly performed tests of controls and substantive tests of transactions audit procedures in the sales and collection cycle:

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1. Account for a sequence of shipping documents and examine each one to make sure that a duplicate sales invoice is attached. 2. Account for a sequence of sales invoices and examine each one to make sure that a duplicate copy of the shipping document is attached. 3. Compare the quantity and description of items on shipping documents with the related duplicate sales invoices. 4. Trace recorded sales in the sales journal to the related accounts receivable master file and compare the customer name date and amount for each one. 5. Examine sales returns for approval by an authorized official. 6. Review the prelisting of cash receipts to determine whether cash is prelisted daily. 7. Reconcile the recorded cash receipts on the prelisting with the cash receipts journal and the bank statement for a 1-month period. Required

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a. Identify whether each audit procedure is a test of control or a substantive test of transactions. b. State which of the six transaction-related audit objectives each of the audit procedures fulfills. c. Identify the type of evidence used for each audit procedure such as inspection and observation.

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