Summary: The Ninth Edition of Auditing continues to provide students with a balanced presentation of auditing concepts and procedures. This text reflects the challenges inherent in accounting and auditing practice, particularly in public accounting firms. It is designed to provide flexibility for instructors; the thirteen chapters focus on the Auditing Process, while the eight modules provide additional topics.
Internet Resources Guide: This unique gu ...show moreide assists students in finding auditing related web sites and includes internet exercises. Written by Timothy Louwers, the guide is packaged FREE with every new copy of i, 9/e.
Web Page: Designed and updated by Timothy Louwers. It includes materials and web links for both faculty and students.
This book is well known for its superior coverage of fraud. Chapter 8 provides the latest coverage of SAS 82.
Chapter 2: Increased coverage of attestation and assurance services.
Modular Structure: In response to faculty needs, the authors have developed a flexible modular structure. The text is split into thirteen chapters (The Audit Process) and eight modules (Additional Topics). The modular material may be covered towards the end of the course or inserted into the flow of the first thirteen chapters
Computerized Auditing chapters completely rewritten to reflect this rapidly changing area: Auditing. Modules C and D include discussion of such current topics as electronic commerce and computer fraud.
Electronic Workpapers are spreadsheet templates that can be downloaded from the web site. The templates allow students to solve selected problems from the text in Microsoft Excel. The manual for the Electronic Workpapers is found as an appendix in the Ninth Edition.
The Kingston Case: Integrated throughout most chapters and modules, this case helps students apply and understand the concepts covered in the text. ...show less