If a client has violated federal tax laws:
A) the auditor must notify the IRS.
B) and the amount is significant, the auditor should communicate with those charged with governance.
C) the noncompliance generally will not impact the financial statements.
D) the auditor does not need to evaluate the effects of the noncompliance on other aspects of the audit.
An auditor should recognize that the application of auditing procedures may produce evidence indicating the possibility of errors or fraud and therefore should:
A) plan and perform the engagement with an attitude of professional skepticism.
B) not rely on internal controls that are designed to prevent or detect errors or fraud.
C) design audit tests to detect unrecorded transactions.
D) extend the work to audit the majority of the recorded transactions and records of an entity.
Discuss the differences between errors,frauds,and illegal acts.Give an example of each.
Discuss the actions an auditor should take when an illegal act is identified or suspected.