Auditing: A Business Risk Approach
Cengage Learning, Jun 17, 2009 - Business & Economics - 960 pages
The auditing environment continues to change in dramatic ways, and new professionals must be prepared for a high standard of responsibility. Prepare your students for these changes by using the new decision-making framework in Rittenberg/Johnstone/Gramling’s AUDITING: A BUSINESS RISK APPROACH, 7th EDITION. With the help of new author Audrey Gramling, AUDITING 7e explains the importance of understanding business risk, internal controls, and the professional judgment processes. The latest edition keeps your students in touch with today’s rapidly changing environment by describing updates in the regulatory environment, such as Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The authors have also expanded the coverage on the integrated audit. In addition, students will gain valuable experience by using the professional ACL auditing software, packaged with each new text, as they work with fraud cases. AUDITING 7e helps your students understand the risk associated with auditing in a relevant way.
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Excelent book highly recommended, good examples and also extensive explanations.
This book assumes a base of accounting knowledge that may not co-inside with your schools prerequisites. The multiple choice questions are tricky and when the professor uses the exam questions that come with the text, expect questions that are very specific to issues very briefly mentioned. Such as a question on a topic which the text gives two sentences on, one being "beyond the scope of this text". There is no glossary in the back you have to look after each chapter for terms, and the Index is poor.
The book itself is dry, but that may be more the topic then the writing.