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Though a good deal has been written concerning the subject of how to improve business writing skills, most authors will agree on at least a few theories. Business writing skills cannot be improved by merely attending a few seminars, nor can they be improved by purchasing the most complete...
Presents a case study demonstrating financial statement ratio analysis (FSRA). This analysis matches company to industry data and builds sales forecasting models. FSRA imputes forecast standards of sales and costs, and applies them to a budgeted financial statement variance analysis for the EE...
Developments in the internal audit profession appear to be heading along two different paths. Role confusion among auditors is common, and strategic planning in the audit function is very difficult as a result. Presents a transformation model which explains the changes and the growth of the...
Internal auditors should consider the risks pertinent to an auditee when planning the work. Internal auditors may select a procedures‐driven approach or a risk‐driven approach. In a procedures‐driven approach, the audit procedures are chosen without full consideration of the risks present....
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