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Audit Workpapers: Documenting Field Work

12:00 am–11:59 pm ET

# of CPE Credits

2

Description

Working papers are the building blocks for an audit. If relevant details are not listed in the working papers, the manager and partner may not be aware of significant transactions or consider their ramifications. A poorly prepared working paper can cause inefficiencies for the preparer, reviewer, and partner, so proper working paper preparation and documentation is critical. Learn the basics of working paper preparation—form and content—to make sure significant audit items are properly documented. This course addresses common misconceptions noted by peer reviewers.
 
 
Please note—This course will expire on Tuesday, December 31, 2019. If you don’t complete the course by midnight on this date, you will forfeit your registration fee for this course.   
 
 

Objective

* Apply basic standards regarding working paper documentation * Apply basic standards regarding proper working paper technique

Highlights

* Essential components of a workpaper * Preparing and maintaining workpapers * Different types of workpapers * Documenting audit tests * Working paper critique * Improving working paper technique

Who Should Attend

* Staff and senior auditors who create working papers on audit engagements

Required Knowledge

None

Advanced Prep

None

Event Speaker(s)

Don Pallais, CPA ( The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, Durham, NC ),

Additional Event Information

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Event Vendor:The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
Field of Study:Auditing
Level: Basic
Other:New Course

Event Type:On Demand
Event Code:OD004219

Registration Fees

Registration Fee Early Bird Regular
NCACPA Member N/A $85.00
Non-Member N/A $120.00
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