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This presentation is an overview of the webinar Title. An auditor may perform an audit in accordance with all of the standards (except AU 315) and still perform a substandard audit. If one does not know the usual types of transactions an entity has, one will not recognize an unusual transaction because they failed to obtain an understanding of the entity and the environment it operates in. Even the environment an entity operates is can create risk of a material misstatement that the auditor must be aware of. This program addresses the many procedures an auditor is required to perform and document relating to his/her understanding of the entity and its environment.
This webinar is designed as an overview of the importance of gaining such an understanding of your client and the environment it operates in; how to use such in determining where the risk of material misstatements are and; developing audit procedures to reduce those risk to an acceptable level.
Dennis F. Dycus, CPA, CFE, CGFM, recently retired after 39 years with the Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Tennessee as Director of the Division of Municipal Audit. He was responsible for the audits of all local governments in Tennessee, with the exception of counties and their affiliated units, as well as conducting investigations related to fraud, waste, and abuse in local governments. He’s an active member of the AICPA, the Government Finance Officers Association, the Association of Government Accountants (AGA), and a charter member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
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