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Super Summary AAS

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Super AAS/ Standards of Auditing
By : Ankur Mittal Page
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By : Ankur Mittal   A C.A. (Final) Student  And  Chief Editor and Founder of  Times Mirror www.timesmirror.in 
 
 
 News and Opinion that Matters at Timesmirror | www.timesmirror.in
AAS-1/SA 200Basic Principles Governing An Audit
 
(DISCOPAIR 
 )
 1)
 
 I 
ntegrity, Objectivity & Independence2)
 
onfidentiality
Must not disclose any information Except any Legal or Professional duty3)
 
 S 
kills & Competence
acquire skills etc. through constant touch with developments4)
 
 D
ocumentation
matters providing evidence should be carefully documented5)
 
 P 
lanning
Keep in mind factors like Audit Programme, availability of audit staff, time etc.6)
 
Work Performed By
O
thers
MAY RELY, provided due care and skills are exercised7)
 
 A
udit Evidence
Tests to obtain assurance of Tests to obtain evidence as to proper Internal ControlsCompleteness,Accuracy &Validity of data produced by EDP system(C A V) 
8)
 
Accounting System and
 I 
nternal Control
MANAGEMENT is RESPONSIBLE
9)
 
Audit Conclusions &
 R
eportinga)
Compliance of relevant regulations, legal requirements, accounting policies
b)
Disclosure of material MattersVery Imp: Form and Content of the Audit Report should be as per Law
 
Obtained by means of A)Compliance ProceduresB Substantive Procedures
 
Super AAS/ Standards of Auditing
By : Ankur Mittal Page
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/Regulation/Agreement
AAS 2/ SA 200A - OBJECTIVE & SCOPE OF THE AUDIT OF F.S .
1. Objective of an Audit:
To express an opinion with regard to the true and fair view of thefinancial position.
2. Responsibilities:
Management is responsible for preparation of financial statements
3. Scope of an Audit:
 
a. Determined by:
The terms of the engagement, the requirements of relevant legislationand the pronouncements of the Institute.
b. Cannot be restricted:
The scope of an audit in relation to matters prescribed by act.
4. The reliability of information is assessed by: C
ompliance procedures & substantive procedures
5. Primary objective  True & fair view
.
6. Secondary objective  Detection of frauds and errors
.
7. Concerned with material items only
.
8.
If any
c
onstraints have been placed in the scope of auditor 
s duty, the auditor should makenecessary disclosure in his audit report. Thereafter he should issue an audit reportcontaining a qualified opinion or a disclaimer opinion, whichever is appropriate.
AAS 3/ SA 230 - DOCUMENTATION
1. Purpose:
SAP1 states that
The auditor should document matters which are important in providingevidence that the audit was carried out in accordance with the basic principles governing audit.
 
2. Meaning:
Documentation, for purposes of this Statement, refers to the working papers.
3. The main functions of working papers:
 
a.
To help in the planning and performance of the audit.
b.
To help in the supervision and review of the audit work.
c.
Provide evidence of the audit work performed to support the auditor 
s opinion.
4. Form and Content
.
5. Completeness:
Working papers should be sufficiently complete and detailed .
6. Extent of documentation:
Is a matter of professional judgment
7. Material items:
All significant matters, which require the exercise of judgment, together with the auditor 
s conclusion thereon, should be included in the working papers.
8. In case of recurring audits:
Working paper files may be classified as permanent audit files,and current audit files
9. Property of auditor:
Working papers are the property of the auditor. The auditor may, athis discretion, permit to take xerox from his working papers to his Client
AAS 4/ SA 240
:
Auditor’s Responsibility to Consider Fraud & Error
In An Audit of Financial Statements

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