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SW Auditing & Assurance Services in Australia + Connect, 7th Edition

by: Grant Gay, Roger Simnett

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,25.05.18

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ISBN: 1760422037
ISBN13: 9781760422035

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Auditing and Assurance Services in Australia 7e re-imagines Gay & Simnett's highly regarded text for a new generation of learners. While continuing to provide students with the theoretical concepts they need to succeed, this edition features more practical examples and real-world applications to allow readers to immediately apply what they have learnt. The seventh edition continues to help students master auditing concepts through its strong visuals and engaging content. Underpinned by a comprehensive update to the content, auditing standards, end-of-chapter exercises and integrated with a wealth of interactive and highly personalised digital learning resources, Auditing and Assurance Services in Australia 7e is the complete learning resource for today's auditing students.

McGraw-Hill Connect is a digital teaching and learning environment that gives students the means to better connect with coursework, instructors, and with the important concepts necessary success now and in the future. This pack contains the printed textbook and access to Connect.


Part 1: The auditing and assurance services profession
1. Assurance and auditing: an overview
2. Audit regulation, structure of the profession and auditor's liability
3. Ethics, independence and corporate governance

Part 2: Planning and risk assessment
4. Overview of elements of the financial report audit process
5. Planning, understanding the entity and assessing business risk
6. Assessing inherent risk, and other specific business risks
7. Understanding and assessing internal control

Part 3: Response to assessed risks: tests of controls and tests of details
8. Tests of controls
9. Substantive tests of transactions and balances
10. Audit sampling

Part 4: Completion and communication
11. Completion and review
12. The auditor's reporting obligations

Part 5: Other assurance services
13. Other assurance services and advanced topics
14. Internal auditing
15. Audit and assurance services in the public sector

Appendix: Continuous case study: background information