By Bill N. Schwartz

ISBN-10: 0762314583

ISBN-13: 9780762314584

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As well as published ratios for each of these companies for the same period. Without revealing the identity of either company, I ask the students to examine the data and try to determine which company experienced the fraud. Most students are able to correctly identify Xerox. In class, I have the students reveal the ‘‘clues’’ that lead them to their conclusion, most of which tend to relate to significant increases in profitability. It is important to point out that Xerox sold receivables to a third party in 1999 for $1,495 million.

The latter approach would be particularly suited for a graduate level auditing course. When I have used a comprehensive case for my undergraduate course, I have assigned specific topics and questions within the case to highlight the key points for the students. Students believed they understood the key topics more clearly since they focused on certain portions of the enforcement release, as opposed to the entire case. Furthermore, instructors could assign the same enforcement release or could assign multiple enforcement releases among groups of students, as I have described in the ‘‘Independence and Professional Ethics’’ section of this chapter.

Continued ) AAER No. Client Date Auditor Training and experience 1643/1672 ACLN, Ltd 10/8/02 BDO Cyprus 1846 Rockies 8/20/03 KPMG 983 Members 11/7/97 O’Neal & White Due professional care and skepticism/illegal acts 1823 California Micro 7/29/03 Price Devices WaterhouseCoopers Description Additional Topics An international company with a lack of training/experience in applying US GAAP or GAAS A New Zealand audit manager was not experienced in applying US GAAP or GAAS. This case demonstrates the need for additional supervision given an audit team with virtually no prior experience with a client or its business The concurring partner lacked training and Independence proficiency.

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