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Question 1. ? Do only one part Since the demise of Arthur Andersen and the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 the profession has witnessed an almost unprecedented increase in the frequency of auditor switching. Explain the causes and consequences

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Question 1. ? Do only one part;Since the demise of Arthur Andersen and the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 the profession has witnessed an almost unprecedented increase in the frequency of auditor switching.;Explain the causes and consequences of this shift.;Has there been a shift in the audit fee patterns of the big four and non-big four auditing firms over the last 10 years?;Question 2.;The audit report has transitioned over the years from a unique narrative for each engagement to a more standardised template.;Discuss;Question 3.;Since the demise of Arthur Andersen and the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 there has been ongoing debate as to mandatory audit firm rotation and partner signing.;Discuss the reasons for and against.;Question 4.;What is 2 + 2;Engineer ? ?It lies between 3.98 and 4.02.?;Mathematician ? ?In 2 hours I can demonstrate it equals 4 with the following proof.?;Physicist ? ?It?s in the magnitude of 1-10!?;Social Worker ? ?I don?t know the answer, but I am glad we discussed this important question.?;Attorney ? ?In the case Smith vs State, 2 + 2 was declared to be 4.?;Trader ? ?Are you buying or selling.?;Accountant ? ?What would you like it to be??;Discuss accounting and auditing in terms of the seven perspectives.

 

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