Details of this Paper

Proper Audit Opinion and Report Modification

Description

solution


Question

16-47 (Selecting the Proper Audit Opinion and Report Modification);Required;Audit situations 1 through 8 present various independent factual situations an auditor;might encounter in conducting an audit. List A represents the types of opinions;the auditor ordinarily would issue, and List B represents the report modifications (if any) that would be necessary. For each situation, select one response from List A and one from List B. Select, as the best answer for each item, the action the auditor normally would take. Items from either list may be selected once, more than once, or not at all.;Assume the following;? The auditor is independent.;? The auditor previously expressed an unqualified opinion on the prior-year financial;statements.;? Only single-year (not comparative) statements are presented for the current year.;? The conditions for an unqualified opinion exist unless contradicted in the factual situations.;? The conditions stated in the factual situations are material.;? No report modifications are to be made except in response to the factual situation.;Audit Situations;1. The financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position;results of operations, and cash flows in conformity with GAAP.;2. In auditing the Long-Term Investments account, an auditor is unable to obtain audited financial statements for an investee located in a foreign country. The auditor concludes that sufficient competent evidential matter regarding this investment cannot be obtained but is not significant enough to disclaim an opinion.;3. Due to recurring operating losses and working capital deficiencies, an auditor has substantial doubt about an entity's ability to continue as a going concern for a reasonable period of time. However, the financial statement disclosures concerning these matters are adequate.;4. The principal auditor decides to refer to the work of another auditor, who audited;a wholly owned subsidiary of the entity and issued an unqualified opinion.;5. An entity issues financial statements that present financial position and results;of operations but omits the related statement of cash flows.Management discloses;in the notes to the financial statements that it does not believe the statement of cash flows to be a useful statement.;6. An entity changes its depreciation method for production equipment from the;straight-line to a units-of-production method based on hours of utilization.;The auditor concurs with the change, although it has a material effect on the comparability of the entity's financial statements.;7. An entity is a defendant in a lawsuit alleging infringement of certain patent rights. However, management cannot reasonably estimate the ultimate outcome of the litigation.The auditor believes that there is a reasonable possibility of a significant material loss, but the lawsuit is adequately disclosed in the notes to the financial statements.;8. An entity discloses certain lease obligations in the notes to the financial statements.;The auditor believes that the failure to capitalize these leases is a departure from GAAP.;List A-Types of Opinions;a. A qualified opinion;b. An unqualified opinion;c. An adverse opinion;d. A disclaimer of opinion;e. Either a qualified opinion or an adverse opinion;f. Either a disclaimer of opinion or a qualified opinion;g. Either an adverse opinion or a disclaimer of opinion;List B-Report Modifications;h. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the opinion;paragraph without modifying the three standard paragraphs.;i. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the opinion;paragraph without modifying the three standard paragraphs.;j. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the opinion;paragraph and modifying the opinion paragraph.;k. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the opinion;paragraph and modifying the opinion paragraph.;l. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the opinion;paragraph and modifying the scope and opinion paragraphs.;m. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the opinion;paragraph and modifying the scope and opinion paragraphs.;n. Describe the circumstances within the scope paragraph without adding an explanatory;paragraph.;o. Describe the circumstances within the opinion paragraph without adding an explanatory paragraph.;p. Describe the circumstances within the scope and opinion paragraphs without adding an explanatory paragraph.;q. Describe the circumstances in the introductory paragraph without adding an explanatory paragraph, and modify the wording of the scope and opinion paragraphs.;r. Issue the standard auditor's report without modification.;*16-47 (Selecting the Proper Audit Opinion and Report Modification);Required;Audit situations 1 through 8 present various independent factual;situations an auditor;might encounter in conducting an audit. List A represents the types of;opinions;the auditor ordinarily would issue, and List B represents the report;modifications (if any) that would be necessary. For each situation;select one response from List A and one from List B. Select, as the best;answer for each item, the action the auditor normally would take. Items;from either list may be selected once, more than once, or not at all.;Assume the following;??? The auditor is independent.;??? The auditor previously expressed an unqualified opinion on the;prior-year financial;statements.;??? Only single-year (not comparative) statements are presented for the;current year.;??? The conditions for an unqualified opinion exist unless contradicted;in the factual situations.;??? The conditions stated in the factual situations are material.;??? No report modifications are to be made except in response to the;factual situation.;Audit Situations;1. The financial statements present fairly, in all material respects;the financial position;results of operations, and cash flows in conformity with GAAP.;2. In auditing the Long-Term Investments account, an auditor is unable;to obtain audited financial statements for an investee located in a;foreign country. The auditor concludes that sufficient competent;evidential matter regarding this investment cannot be obtained but is;not significant enough to disclaim an opinion.;3. Due to recurring operating losses and working capital deficiencies;an auditor has substantial doubt about an entity???s ability to continue;as a going concern for a reasonable period of time. However, the;financial statement disclosures concerning these matters are adequate.;4. The principal auditor decides to refer to the work of another;auditor, who audited;a wholly owned subsidiary of the entity and issued an unqualified;opinion.;5. An entity issues financial statements that present financial position;and results;of operations but omits the related statement of cash flows.Management;discloses;in the notes to the financial statements that it does not believe the;statement of cash flows to be a useful statement.;6. An entity changes its depreciation method for production equipment;from the;straight-line to a units-of-production method based on hours of;utilization.;The auditor concurs with the change, although it has a material effect;on the comparability of the entity???s financial statements.;7. An entity is a defendant in a lawsuit alleging infringement of;certain patent rights. However, management cannot reasonably estimate;the ultimate outcome of the litigation.The auditor believes that there;is a reasonable possibility of a significant material loss, but the;lawsuit is adequately disclosed in the notes to the financial;statements.;8. An entity discloses certain lease obligations in the notes to the;financial statements.;The auditor believes that the failure to capitalize these leases is a;departure from GAAP.;List A???Types of Opinions;a. A qualified opinion;b. An unqualified opinion;c. An adverse opinion;d. A disclaimer of opinion;e. Either a qualified opinion or an adverse opinion;f. Either a disclaimer of opinion or a qualified opinion;g. Either an adverse opinion or a disclaimer of opinion;List B???Report Modifications;h. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the;opinion;paragraph without modifying the three standard paragraphs.;i. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the;opinion;paragraph without modifying the three standard paragraphs.;j. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the;opinion;paragraph and modifying the opinion paragraph.;k. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the;opinion;paragraph and modifying the opinion paragraph.;l. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph preceding the;opinion;paragraph and modifying the scope and opinion paragraphs.;m. Describe the circumstances in an explanatory paragraph following the;opinion;paragraph and modifying the scope and opinion paragraphs.;n. Describe the circumstances within the scope paragraph without adding;an explanatory;paragraph.;o. Describe the circumstances within the opinion paragraph without;adding an explanatory paragraph.;p. Describe the circumstances within the scope and opinion paragraphs;without adding an explanatory paragraph.;q. Describe the circumstances in the introductory paragraph without;adding an explanatory paragraph, and modify the wording of the scope and;opinion paragraphs.;r. Issue the standard auditor???s report without modification.

 

Paper#25496 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

Price : $42
SiteLock