Updated chapters five, six, and seven for use with Principles of auditing and other assurance services
This updated includes revisions of Chapters 5 through 7 on audit evidence, audit planning, and internal control, respectively.
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Principles Of Auditing: An Introduction To International Standards On Auditing
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