1999 GAAS Guide
Our 1999 Miller GAAS Guide delivers the latest pronouncements so CPAs and other financial professionals can perform flawless engagements. You won't find a more complete listing of SASs, SSARs, and SSAEs anywhere. We even cover many critical SOPs. But that's just the beginning. We've compiled a complete collection of standards for auditing, quality control, attestations, compilations, reviews, and professional ethics. The reader will even have an opportunity to earn up to 30 credit hours of low-cost CPE.
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accepted accounting principles accepted auditing standards accountant's report agreed-upon procedures AICPA apply appropriate assessment attest engagement audit engagement audit procedures audit risk audited financial statements Auditing Standards Board auditor's report balance sheet basis of accounting Chapter client Code of Professional comfort letter Company compliance confirmation contract control risk credit union December 31 detection risk determine disclosed disclosures document effect engagement letter entity entity's estimates evaluate evidential matter examination example explanatory paragraph FASB finan financial reporting fund GAAP governmental identify income independent interim financial information Interpretation investments issued loans management's assertion material misstatement MD&A information MD&A presentation ments not-for-profit organization OBSERVATION obtain operations performed period predecessor auditor prepared Professional Conduct prospective financial statements reasonable reference responsibility review engagement review report Rule sampling significant specific standards established substantially substantive tests successor auditor tests of controls tion transactions workpapers