Alvin A. Arens, D. Dewey Ward, and Laurie J. Henry
Computerized accounting practice set, including and using a fully operational version of Sage 50 Accounting 2015. Early chapters provide installation, familiarization and practice, and are followed by a case project of recording transactions and adjustments, performing month–end procedures and recording year–end adjusting entries. Final chapters include new company setup, internal controls, and access controls. [From publisher]
Larry D. Crumbley, Edmund D. Fenton, and Douglas E. Ziegenfuss
This teaching novel is designed to supplement a forensic auditing, internal auditing, or fraud examination course. Topics covered include interviewing, internal controls, risk assessment, fraud detection, litigation support, forensic accounting consulting, and many more. Students will enjoy the suspense of this psychological thriller that integrates the fundamentals of forensic accounting and brings its applications to life, and they will learn important techniques and concepts as the mystery unfolds and Fleet Walker moves closer to nabbing the killers. [From Amazon.com]
Behavioral Dimensions of Internal Auditing: A Practical Guide to Professional Relationships in Internal Auditing2010
Mortimer A. Dittenhofer, Sridhar Ramamoorti, Douglas E. Ziegenfuss, and R. Luke Evans
This report on Behavioral Dimensions of Internal Auditing: A Practical Guide to Professional Relationships in Internal Auditing is provided as a service to members of The IIA, which also includes Behavioral Dimensions: An Exploratory Survey of Internal Audits Download PDF. Learn more about the value of an IIA Membership. Internal auditing is very much a relationship and communications business. The authors of this research report conducted an online exploratory survey of internal auditors to explore some of the current thinking of many internal auditors on this important topic, and then examined current thinking across the academic disciplines. Behavioral Dimensions of Internal Auditing: A Practical Guide to Professional Relationships in Internal Auditing highlights many important behavioral dimensions of internal auditors and provides insights on human relationships.
Larry D. Crumbley, Zabihollah Rezaee, and Douglas E. Ziegenfuss
The U. S. Master Auditing Guide frames the context of what auditors do and examines the important concepts, rules, and procedures that make up the auditing craft. [From the publisher]
Mortimer A. Dittenhofer and Douglas E. Ziegenfuss
During the decade since Ethics and the Internal Auditor, much has transpired, especially during the last four years. The widespread evidence of chicanery and fraud on the part of corporate officers and the instances of a lack of ethics and professional conduct on the part of external auditors bring the subject of ethics to immediate attention and interest. The conclusion of the second survey (1994) of the field of internal auditing was that there was, "...considerable change in the attitudes of internal auditors," and that, "Generally it appears that the change is pointed toward a more strict approach and a tendency on the part of more auditors to believe that more drastic actions should be taken." Also, there continued to be a "modest variance" between the auditors' positions and the positions they perceived their organizations would take. [Amazon.com]
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