“Data gathered from 2016 AICPA Peer Review Matters for Further Consideration show that more than 1 in 10 audits reviewed failed to comply with AU-C section 315,” writes Laura Hay, CPA, CAE in the September/October issue of CPA Voice.
Hay writes that OSCPA’s technical reviewers are skeptical that 1 in 10 practitioners do not understand how to conduct a risk assessment in the audit. Instead, they believe the violations are most frequently a matter of practical implementation and documentation, for which reviewers can be helpful in providing guidance in application.
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