Using microcomputers in auditing

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Prentice Hall , Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Auditing -- Data proces
StatementRalph B. Tower, Jr., Robin G. Tower.
ContributionsTower, Robin G., 1949-
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LC ClassificationsHF5667.12 .T68 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 134 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1865885M
ISBN 100135827019
LC Control Number90023945
OCLC/WorldCa22892664

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New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

OCLC Number: Description: ix, 49 pages ; 23 cm. Series Title: Auditing procedure study. PDF | On Jun 1,Thomas W Lin and others published The Use of Microcomputers in Auditing: A Survey | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate The book by Branko. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Managing and using microcomputers.

[Toronto]: Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, © (OCoLC) The use of microcomputers for audit assistance is a relatively new topic.

As such there were not, until quite recently, many articles or books on the subject to refer to. Publications of a few years ago dealt with the increase in the use of microcomputers generally, control procedures relating to their.

microcomputers can be used in the audit environment. Inthe Com- puter Audit Committee under the President’ s Council on Integrity and Effi- ciency launched a program to train seveml thousand auditors and investiga- torS to use portable microcomputers.

The following benefits have thus far. trends in business and auditing as a result of the impact of microcomputers: l The predominant use of microcomputers for audit administrative support is in word processing, scheduling audits, and budgeting.

l The predominant use of microcomputer\ for general audit use is the spreadsheet- -However. Auditing Books pdf: Here we have provided detailed information for Auditing ng Books deals with the Auditing is such an examination of books of accounts and vouchers of business, as will enable the auditors to satisfy himself that the balance sheet is properly drawn up, so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the business, according to the best.

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Book Review: Observing the topics covered in the books, this best auditing book. The choice of microcomputers has never been greater with low cost making them readily available. A single microcomputer has limita­ tions in clinical practice and the use of networks for multi-user tasks has expanded its capability but increased the complexity both in.

Possible Areas for Audit-Suggested Improvements Audit and Reengineering Audit and Benchmarking Summary and Conclusions CHAPTER 5 Data Access and Testing Data Access Conditions Mainframe versus Minicomputer versus Microcomputer Portability of Programs and Data Limitations to Using the Microcomputer Processing.

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An ACL Case Appendix provides practice in audit techniques. Audit case modules using Biltrite Bicycles, Inc., are tied to related chapters. Core Concepts of Information Technology Auditing by James E.

Hunton, Stephanie M. Bryant, Nancy A. Bagranoff, Paperback: pages Publisher: Wiley; Book & CD-Rom edition. This paper discusses the authors' experience with using the Internet as 99 T. Oxner and K. Hawkins an information resource in the second auditing course. Students are required to complete several assignments using the Internet to access information from the SEC's database of electronic filings by registered companies.

Reduced audit costs, increased audit quality and expanded client services are the rationale for using microcomputer-based generalized audit software. AUTOMATED WORKPAPER SOFTWARE Programs known as workpaper, or trial balance, software are probably used more often by accountants who audit with microcomputers than are generalized audit software programs.

sisted Audit Tools and Techniques Using Microcomputers, Canadian In- stitute of Chartered Accountants, Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Continuous Auditing, Cana.

: The Use of Microcomputers in Accounting (): Hicks, Sam A., Saftner, Donald V.: Books. Tommie Singleton Tommie Singleton is professor of accounting and computer information systems (CIS) at the University of North Alabama (UNA), and chair of the Department of Accounting and Business Law.

Prior to obtaining his doctorate, Singleton was president for 11 years of a small value-added dealer of accounting information systems using microcomputers.

GOALS FOR THE USE OF THE MICROCOMPUTER AS AN AUDIT TOOL APPLICATIONS GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Education Phase: Client accounting data Automating the Audit Process Overall audit efficiency Time and budget data Trial balances and working papers Memo and report generation Adjusting and updating financial data Reporting efficiency.

Government Auditing Standards, Revision (also referred to as the Yellow Book) The professional standards and guidance for financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards provide a framework for conducting high quality audits with competence, integrity, objectivity, and independence.

Using microcomputers in auditing may affect the methods used to review the work of staff assistants because Working paper documentation may not contain readily observable details of calculations. The use of microcomputers impacts the manner in which audit documentation is.

Journal of Microcomputer Applications () 7, COMMUNICATION Surgical audit using patient records on a microcomputer W. Corbett, M. Taylor* and A. McWilliams* Department of Surgery and *Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool, PO BoxLiverpool L69 3BX, UK The collection and manipulation of patient data from the earliest stage by microcomputer.

Microcomputer Security: Audit Problems and Solutions Frederick Gallegos and Daniel Basica The use of micros in business is increasing at an astounding rate as managers, clerks, and office workers enter the information age.

Many tasks that were considered too small to automate on the company mainhme are now done with micros. Auditing Cases. This is a book that teaches you through real-life situations.

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A microcomputer has been used to assist in the inpatient audit of an orthopaedic unit in a district general hospital. The aims were to provide a more detailed, accurate audit, more rapidly than previous manual methods had allowed. The clinical details of patients treated over a 9-month period were fed into the computer and various.

OTHER AUDIT CONSIDERATIONS (STUDY OBJECTIVE 11) DIFFERENT IT ENVIRONMENTS Most companies use microcomputers or personal computers (PCs) in their accounting processes.

General controls covering PCs are often less advanced than - Selection from Accounting Information Systems: The Processes and Controls, 2nd Edition [Book].

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Generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS): Standard U.S. auditing guidelines for planning, conducting, and reporting on audits. Going concern: The expectation that a business will remain operating for at least another 12 months.

Independence: Having an arm’s-length relationship — meaning no special or close relationship — with the client under audit. Possible Areas for Audit-Suggested Improvements Audit and Reengineering Audit and Benchmarking Summary and Conclusions CHAPTER 5 Data Access and Testing Data Access Conditions Mainframe versus Minicomputer versus Microcomputer Portability of Programs and Data Limitations to Using the Microcomputer Price: $.

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