How to Audit- Case Study - Day 2
'How to Audit'
Participants will understand the various methods available to test debtors and the suitability of each in differing circumstances.
Introduction to debtors, objectives of the section and main audit areas.
Review of the possible analytical procedures which could be used in connection with debtors.
Debtors' circularisation. Participants reconcile circularisation replies using sales invoice listing, cash received after date and information on credit note provisions and bad debts. Participants complete the debtors' confirmation working paper and the confirmation results summary.
Introduction to audit of bad debts, consideration of cut off, credit note provision, other debtors and prepayments.
Completion of trade debtors' schedule, lead schedule, cross-referencing of whole section and completion of Audit Programme.
'How to Audit'
Participants will understand the objectives which need to be proved when testing creditors and the ways to gather sufficient evidence.
Introduction to creditors, objective of the section and main audit areas.
Review of the possible analytical procedures which could be used in connection with creditors.
Creditors' statement reconciliation. Participants reconcile statements to the client's manual purchase ledger and complete the creditors' reconciliation working paper, summarise their results and draw a conclusion.
Working papers for the following areas are already on the participant's files and the audit work is discussed regarding cut-off, search for unrecorded liabilities, accruals and other creditors.
Leases and hire purchase. Explanation of the treatment under FRSSE via an example.
Who should take the course
This course is designed to put theory into practice. It is ideal for anyone who has recently become involved or is about to become involved in the audit of bank and cash and has at least 3 months in the profession. Knowledge of the principles of bookkeeping is assumed. The course is also suitable for any member of staff wishing to revise basic techniques and learn about current auditing methodologies.
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