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  • Елена Васильева. 50 секретов проверяющего налоги. Как обезопасить себя, свой бизнес и получить миллион из бюджета
    50 секретов проверяющего налоги. Как обезопасить себя, свой бизнес и получить миллион из бюджета
    Елена Васильева
    Для кого написана эта книга? Для предпринимателей, руководителей компаний, бухгалтеров, аудиторов, налоговых консультантов, работников финансовых служб, руководителей организаций, налоговых инспекторов. Она может быть использована в качестве учебного пособия при изучении бухгалтерского учета и налогообложения. Какова задача данной книги? Помочь разобраться в крайне противоречивом законодательстве нашей страны. Почему важно прочитать книгу? - Она рассказывает о серьезных ситуациях и проблемах простым языком. Сотни предпринимателей без финансового образования поняли основы налогообложения в ходе консультаций Елены Васильевой. - Книга написана в виде ответов на вопросы, которые автор слышит в течение 25 лет из уст предпринимателей и налоговых специалистов. - Расчеты налогов, взносов показаны на конкретных примерах. Есть заполненные налоговые бланки, примеры расчетов налогов, пошаговые инструкции, примеры договоров. - В книге описаны элементы...
  • Onyuka Felix McDubus. A CONCISE COURSE ON AUDITING
    A CONCISE COURSE ON AUDITING
    Onyuka Felix McDubus
    This text is designed to equip readers with the knowledge of the philosophy and practice of auditing. After going through the book meticulously, he/she should acquire the skill and ability to recognize indications of irregularities. The text covers both the concepts and procedures of audition: the social role of auditing: the services rendered: the professional standards for behavioral and technical competence: programmes and procedures for defining audit objectives, gathering evidence, making decisions and exercising professional skepticism. Clients expect value for the fees they pay; public users expect objectivity. The auditor should have the mental equipment and integrity to merge these expectations. This book offers him the guide.
  • Ushe Makambe. A Knowledge Audit of a Private Higher Education institution
    A Knowledge Audit of a Private Higher Education institution
    Ushe Makambe
    Organisations that do not effectively make use of knowledge management have a zero chance of surviving the dynamic 21st century knowledge economy and beyond. They will be found "doing things right" instead of "doing the right things". Knowledge is power since it enables human beings to grow both mentally and emotionally. It allows an organisation to recognise, discover, apply and distribute knowledge and embed it in its people and processes. When organisational employees share and effectively apply organisational knowledge, the result is a big knowledge pool that gives the organisation the much cherished competitive advantage leading to unparalleled success of the business model. After reading this masterpiece, you and the organisation will never be the same again. It is a must for businesses dreaming success in the highly complex 21st century knowledge economy in which harnessing of knowledge is much more important that mobilising capital. Read this book and you will come to know...
  • A Study of the Determinants of External IT Audit and Its Success
    A Study of the Determinants of External IT Audit and Its Success
    IT audit on the information system development projects have been strongly survived in the public sector of Korea for more than 20 years. Furthermore, under the legislation of external IT audit - "Law for an efficient acquisition and operation of information systems," external IT audit is required in every public information system development project. This reinforced duty of external audit makes the client of IT audit to expect higher quality than prior to the legislation. Until now, there has been no study to show the rationale supporting the social beliefs that clients (CIOs in the public sector of Korea) can manage venders (developers of the outsourced projects) more effectively with the IT audit services. In this study, IT audit is investigated using the concept of the agency theory which considers the audit as the risk mitigate mechanism in the economic research.
  • Farida K. Yerdavletova. Accounting and Audit in Lombards
    Accounting and Audit in Lombards
    Farida K. Yerdavletova
    The book deals with issues of formation and development of the Lombard business in the Republic of Kazakhstan and other countries, the current status and trends in the accounting standard operations pawnshop, the theoretical and practical aspects of the internal audit, organizational forms of operation, methods and techniques of the external audit disclosed information capabilities accounting for the management of the organization Lombard, offer analysis of the main parameters of the financial and economic activities of pawnshops
  • Nuzhat Fatema and Hasmat Malik. An Audit Tool for Warfarin Therapy
    An Audit Tool for Warfarin Therapy
    Nuzhat Fatema and Hasmat Malik
    This book addresses two areas. One involves summarizing the NICE guidelines. The other is to develop the audit tool for checking the appropriateness of the given warfarin therapy to the patients, as warfarin is an anticoagulant which requires proper monitoring for avoiding complications and allow its safer use. This purpose is achieved by applying the prepared audit tool while providing treatment.
  • Daniel Dunga. Analysing the Value Proposition of the Audit Process in Africa
    Analysing the Value Proposition of the Audit Process in Africa
    Daniel Dunga
    This book analyses the value perception of an audit process by companies in Africa, using the case of Malawi - A country in Sub Saharan Africa. The work investigates whether adoption of international standards in the accountancy profession achieves the intended purpose in different kinds of companies. The book tackles a hot topic in the global accountancy profession, and it adds an interesting perspective to the debate. The author argues that Africa is a special place to do business and that Africa is in unique circumstances comparatively. Wholesale adoption of international standards should therefore be deeply considered in terms of what value such a step brings to the business landscape in Africa. Accounting research must be used to make such decision. This work makes a significant contribution to the decision making process in countries where adoption of international standards in being considered. This is obviously an area where more deeper research is till required.
  • kemal Ahmed Endeshaw. Auditing Fair Value Measurements and Disclosures
    Auditing Fair Value Measurements and Disclosures
    kemal Ahmed Endeshaw
    This monograph is prepared following the basic phases of auditing and requirements of ISA 540. The book has an answer for the methods and procedures used by auditors while auditing fair value by synthesizing the real time approach from the Big 4 Audit Firms. The book can be used by University Researchers, valuation experts, consultants and graduate level students. The book shows that by understanding the challenges and following the phases of auditing, auditors can maintain the quality of financial reporting. Four key audit phases are relevant to audit FVM. These are: understanding the Client-Business environment, Engagement, Internal Control, and Planning phases of auditing. Furthermore, the results revealed key challenges of auditing FVM and disclosures. These challenges are information insufficiency in the market (reliability), competence, auditors’ lack of fair value audit exposure, and the manager's leadership role and style. Wish all readers to enjoy my work!
  • Stephen Ojeka. AUDITOR''S REPORT AND SHAREHOLDERS'' INVESTMENT DECISION
    AUDITOR''S REPORT AND SHAREHOLDERS'' INVESTMENT DECISION
    Stephen Ojeka
    Amid the rising concern of the reliability of the auditor''s report to shareholders'' investment decisions in the country, it becomes imperative to consider the kind of relationship that exists. Shareholders represent the owner of the business and because they are divorced from the day to day activities of the business, there is a need for an independent auditor to help certify the financial statement prepared by the management. Shareholders rely on auditor''s report and so the possibility of relying on it despite previous compromises on the part of the auditor is needed to be established. Specifically, we set out to investigate the relationship between the auditor''s report and the shareholders'' investment decision. We make use of correlation coefficient to establish the relationship and in the finding we discover that a positive relationship exists but weak and mild. We therefore recommend that the contents of the report be improved upon and peer review of audited reports should be...
  • Rufus Tekoh Ayam. Audit sampling
    Audit sampling
    Rufus Tekoh Ayam
    Audit sampling has been an issue over the years and very little academic literature exist to shed more light about the utilization of this concept during auditing practices. Therefore,the two approaches to audit sampling; statistical and nonstatistical have been examined in this book. The overall purpose of the book is to explore the current extent at which these concepts are utilized by auditors during auditing practices. The book also seeks to achieve two additional purposes; the first is to find out whether auditors utilize different sampling techniques when auditing SME?s and big companies and the second is to find out some common selection methods that are used by auditors for selecting statistical or nonstatistical audit samples during audit sampling practices. Based on the empirical findings obtained, an audit sampling model has been proposed. It is recommended that auditors should use this model as a guide not only in Sweden but also in other countries as the model will be a...
  • Suhaib Aamir and Umar Farooq. Auditor Client Relationship and Audit Quality
    Auditor Client Relationship and Audit Quality
    Suhaib Aamir and Umar Farooq
    Different scandals around the globe during the past, in specific during the last decade, have intrigued the stakeholders to question the roles of both auditors and management. But most of the fingers since then have been raised on the role of auditors, because it is the auditors who are entrusted with the responsibility to detect any errors or frauds in the financial reports of the client-firm. Apart from this, the long-term auditor client relationship has been the center of attention in most of the discussions and debates as well. Numerous studies have been conducted by the academic researchers, financial and professional analysts, regulatory authorities and governing bodies, and in some cases by the auditors and the firms as well regarding the effects of long-term auditor-client relationship on audit quality, equity risk premium, financial reports quality, audit pricing etc. These studies provide us with different results, both with the positive and negative associations and effects...
  • Muhammed Zakir Hossain. Auditing as Preventive Measure of Future Financial Crisis
    Auditing as Preventive Measure of Future Financial Crisis
    Muhammed Zakir Hossain
    The author divided this book into two parts. In the first part he tries to identify qualitatively the causes of global financial crisis and how the financial crisis educated auditors then he interprets what should be the role of auditing practice to prevent future global crisis. In the second part he describes the importance of internal control system keep in mind its possibilities and dangers based on a case study approach In recent years, the global economy has experienced some corporate collapses, scandals and financial failures stemming from excessive risk taking and irresponsibility by some businesses coupled with many weaknesses in the internal control system of these companies. In recent years, the auditor’s responsibility in many countries has been extended from just presenting an opinion regarding an entity to the identification of weaknesses in the internal control system (auditing internal control). The dangers and possibilities of auditing internal control is what this...
  • Audit Technology Gap in Developing Countries – the Jordanian CPA Firms
    Audit Technology Gap in Developing Countries – the Jordanian CPA Firms
    Literature reviews have indicated that there is a paucity of accounting and auditing literature on the state of EDP auditing in developing countries, particularly relating to Jordan. Moreover they have indicated that no previous study has dealt with the linkage between an expectations gap – the reasonable expectation by the Jordanian public-at-large contemporary audit technology (CAATs) would be used by Jordanian audit firms in their audit processes applied to Jordanian companies using computer technology. This investigation of the presence of audit technology, and where the Jordanian audit firms stand in relation to it, will characterize the use of advanced computer assisted audit techniques by international audit firms worldwide, and how Jordanian firms are coping with the newest audit technology. This study aims at narrowing of the audit technology gap – the gap between the techniques actually used in the audit of Jordanian public companies and the reasonable...
  • K. H. Spencer Pickett. Auditing for Managers : The Ultimate Risk Management Tool
    Auditing for Managers : The Ultimate Risk Management Tool
    K. H. Spencer Pickett
    Book DescriptionAt a time when many organizations are cutting their internal auditing departments, it's imperative that every manager understands the fundamentals of internal audits. This book is designed as a corporate resource to help managers and their teams set standards for self-auditing, risk management, compliance review, and formal disclosure reporting. Readers will learn proven, effective techniques for performing reliable and defensible audit reviews to ensure compliance with regulations and standards.
  • Ashit Saha. AUDITING PRACTICE IN INDIA AND EXPECTATIONS DIFFERENCES OF THE USERS:
    AUDITING PRACTICE IN INDIA AND EXPECTATIONS DIFFERENCES OF THE USERS:
    Ashit Saha
    This book is an outcome of an empirical investigation on auditing practice in India with reference to expectations differences of the various users This book is aimed mainly at the academic researchers,professionals and students in the field of accounting,financial reporting and auditing.The book comprises of eight chapters vij,prologue,the audit expectations differences and its perception across the various user groups,corporate financial statements and role of auditors, auditor and the audited company in India, various users and the usability of the audit report in India and auditors' liability to the third party ,regulation on auditors and audit firms in India.,a comparison between India the UK, the USA and Australia,research findings on the skill and competence of balance sheet auditors in India, and lastly the epilogue.
  • Mohamed Zakari. Audit Evidence Obtained By Libyan Auditors
    Audit Evidence Obtained By Libyan Auditors
    Mohamed Zakari
    The purpose of this e-book is to provide an overview of the challenges and difficulties currently facing audit evidence in Libya. This book focuses on the extent of sufficiency and appropriateness of audit evidence collected by Libyan auditors. The challenges and problems of collecting audit evidence will be presented in this book. The solutions of gathering evidence on auditing professional will be discussed in this publication.
  • Qingquan Xin and Bing Wang. Auditor choice and accruals patterns of cross-listed firms
    Auditor choice and accruals patterns of cross-listed firms
    Qingquan Xin and Bing Wang
    This study investigates whether the accrual patterns differ between two groups of Chinese firms cross-listed in Hong Kong: those employing Big4 vs. those employing non-Big 4. The evidence suggests that clients of Big 4 auditors report less unsigned discretionary accruals relative to clients of non-Big 4 auditors. Further, cross-listed firms with non-Big 4 auditors are more likely to understate their earnings and experience larger reversals of accruals in the future than cross-listed firms with Big 4 auditors. The findings suggest Big 4 auditors play a meaningful role in improving earnings quality for cross-listed firms, which help explain why cross-listed firms have higher earning quality than their domestic counterparts documented by prior literature. This Study addresses an interesting and important research question.
  • Nurul Nazlia Jamil and Sherliza Puat Nelson. Audit Committee's Effectiveness and Financial Reporting Quality
    Audit Committee's Effectiveness and Financial Reporting Quality
    Nurul Nazlia Jamil and Sherliza Puat Nelson
    Financial reporting quality has been under scrutiny especially after the collapse of major companies. The main objective of this study is to investigate the audit committee’s effectiveness on the financial reporting quality among the Malaysian GLCs. In particular, the study examined the impact of audit committee characteristics (independence, size, frequency meeting and financial expertise) on earnings management in periods prior to and following the transformation program (2003-2009). The study is important as it provides additional knowledge about the impact of audit committee’s effectiveness on reducing the earnings management, and assist practitioners, policymakers and regulators such as Malaysian Institute of Accountants, Securities Commission and government to determine ways to enhance audit committee’s effectiveness and improve the financial reporting of GLCs, as well as improving the quality of the accounting profession.
  • Asma Al-znaimat and Mohammad Al- dahiyat. Audit Quality and Financial Statements Fraud Detection
    Audit Quality and Financial Statements Fraud Detection
    Asma Al-znaimat and Mohammad Al- dahiyat
    The purpose of this project is to investigate the impact of audit quality on the effectiveness of financial statement fraud detection. Toward this aim, a project model was developed and tested within the context of the auditing firms working in Jordan. The proposed model assumes that audit quality factors (technical competence, auditor’s independence, and audit planning) are key factors that would enhance the using fraud detection red flags. A survey methodology was utilized to gather data by sending questionnaires to a random sample of 100 audit offices, a total of eighty three questionnaires were received representing a response rate of (83%) and eighty usable questionnaires were used for data analysis. Descriptive and regression analyses were used to achieve the research aims and objectives. The main findings of the descriptive analysis reveal that the auditing firms working in ...
  • Mark Anderson. Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill Vol. 2
    Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill Vol. 2
    Mark Anderson
    What are the discussions about 'Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill' in UK political arena? This documentation features the transcripts of the unabridged speeches held in the UK Parliament from the Deputy Chairman of Committees (Lord Colwyn), the Commercial Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Sassoon), the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Lord Strathclyde) and other MPs' of the UK Parliament. This non-partisan documentation offers the reader a direct glance at the parliamentary debate on 'Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill' and the discussions of the Parliamentary members in relation to the political agenda.

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