Published: December, 2021
Recent auditing standards have emphasized the initial information gathered and important conclusions reached during risk assessment procedures to identify and evaluate the risk of material misstatement in a financial statement audit. These important procedures provide the basis for determining how much effort will be invested in evaluating the design and implementation of internal controls.
Risk assessment is one of the main areas that Peer Review has been focused on since the AICPA announced in 2019 that approximately 10% of affirms had engagements that didn’t comply with the auditing risk assessment requirements.
So how do you effectively meet the risk assessment requirements on smaller NFP organizations?
This webinar will take you through
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Dec 31st, 2021
Excellent webinar, trainer was dynamic and brought in relevant examples. Live exercise was also fantastic. Would highly recommend.
Jun 1st, 2021
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Dec 30th, 2021
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