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Auditing Chapter 1 Terms
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Independent professional services that improve the quality of information, or its context, for decision makers. Encompasses attest services and financial statement audits.
A service when a practitioner is engaged to issue or does issue a report on subject matter, or an assertion about subject matter, that is the responsibility of another party. Encompasses financial statement audits.
All the information used by the auditor in arriving at the conclusions on which the audit opinion is based. Audit evidence includes the information contained in the accounting records underlying the financial statements, as well as other information.
The risk that the auditor expresses and inappropriate audit opinion when the financial statements are materially misstated.
A systematic process of (1) objectively obtaining and evaluating evidence regarding assertions about economic actions and events to ascertain the degree of correspondence between those assertions and established criteria and (2) communicating the results to interested users.
Financial statement assertions
Expressed or implied representations by management that are reflected in the financial statement components.
The concept that the manager generally has more information about the true financial position and results of operations of the entity than the absentee owner does.
The magnitude of an omission or misstatement of accounting information that, in light of surrounding circumstances, makes it probable that the judgment of a reasonable person relying on the information would have been changed or influenced.
An instance where a financial statement assertion is not in accordance with the criteria against which it is audited (e.d., GAAP). Misstatements may be classified as fraud (intentional), other illegal acts such as non-compliance with laws and regulations (intentional or unintentional), and errors (unintentional).
The concept that an audit done in accordance with auditing standards may fail to detect a material misstatement in a client's financial statements. In an auditing context this term has been define to mean a high but not absolute level of assurance.
The end product of the auditor's work, indicating the auditing standards followed and expressing an opinion as to whether an entity's financial statements are fairly presenting in accordance with agreed-upon criteria (e.g., GAAP).
Risk of material misstatement
The pre-audit risk that the entity's financial statement contain a material misstatement whether caused by error or fraud.
Unqualified/unmodified audit report
A "clean" audit report, indicating the auditor's opinion that a client's financial statements are fairly presented in accordance with agreed-upon criteria (e.g., GAAP)
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