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Outline Aron?s professional obligations as a CGA, and recommend Aron?s course of action in dealing with this ethical dilemma

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Aron Barash earned his CGA in 2012. Because IFRS were being introduced during his course of study, Aron spent a fair amount of time studying IFRS and the changes they would make in Canadian financial accounting. In fact, his knowledge of this area was a major reason that Giana Domili asked Aron to join the firm of Domili, Jones, and Dahra, a licenced CGA public practice. The firm gained a reputation over the years for passing all required professional inspections in an outstanding manner.;In working on an assignment under one of the partners, Ian Jones, Aron noticed that Ian signed off on a file that involved a fundamental and material misapplication of IFRS, which resulted in a gross understatement of taxes payable for the year.;When Aron pointed out the error and the correct application of IFRS, Ian said, ?Young man, you had better learn who is boss around here. I have been an accountant a lot longer than you have and we have always done things in this way.? Aron tried to explain that the ?old way of doing things,? while fine under the pre-changeover accounting standards, is no longer allowed under IFRS. Ian, however, refused to listen and suggested that Aron was completely out of line.;Outline Aron?s professional obligations as a CGA, and recommend Aron?s course of action in dealing with this ethical dilemma. Include the CEPROC rules of professional conduct to consider. Your answer should be between 200 and 300 words.;(Hint: When analyzing this ethical dilemma, assume you are in Aron?s position.)

 

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