Auditing: An International Approach

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 2001 - Auditing - 900 pages
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Auditing: An International Approach (formerly titled Auditing and Other Assurance Engagements) presents a comprehensive, balanced, and current introduction to the auditing field. This text bridges the gap between students' knowledge of accounting principles and the professional practice of accounting and auditing in the working world. Emphasizing a 'cycles' approach, the book covers the financial auditor's decision-making process:1) problem recognition and developing audit objectives,2) evidence collection with audit procedures, and3) making judgements about control risk and the fair presentation of financial statement assertions.Building on the strengths of the first Canadian and former U.S. editions, the authors reflect exciting challenges inherent to current auditing practice and other assurance services. As the revised title suggests, the second edition of this best-selling text has kept pace with the growing importance of International Accounting Standards in the context of Canadian business world.

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Generally Accepted Auditing Standards GAAS
GAAS Reporting Standards

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