ACC 411 ACC411 Chapter 3 Homework (SNHU)

ACC 411 ACC411 Chapter 3 Homework (SNHU)

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ACC 411 ACC/411 ACC411 Chapter 3 Homework (SNHU)

Which of the following is not a covered member for an attest engagement under Rule 101 of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct? 

Which of the following is not prohibited by the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct? 

In which of the following situations would a public accounting firm have violated the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct in determining its fee? 

A public accounting firm would least likely be considered in violation of the AICPA independence rules in which of the following instances? 

Which of the following is implied when a CPA signs the preparer’s declaration on a federal income tax return? 

The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct states that a CPA shall not disclose any confidential information obtained in the course of a professional engagement except with the consent of the client. This rule may preclude a CPA from responding to an inquiry made by: 

Which of the following is most likely to be a violation of the AICPA rules of conduct by Bill Jones, a sole practitioner with no other employees? 

Bill Adams, CPA, accepted the audit engagement of Kelly Company. During the audit, Adams became aware of his lack of competence required for the engagement. What should Adams do? 

Which of the following nonattest services may be performed by the auditors of a public company? 

In providing nonattest services to an attest client, a CPA is allowed to perform which of the following functions? 

Rule 202—Compliance with Standards, requires CPAs to adhere to all of the following applicable standards, except: 

Which of the following provisions is not included in The Institute of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics? 

James Daleiden, CPA, is interested in expanding his practice through acquisition of new clients. For each of the following independent cases, indicate whether Daleiden would violate the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct by engaging in the suggested practice. 

The firm of Schilling & Co., CPAs, has offices in Chicago and Green Bay, Wisconsin. Gillington Company, which has 1 million shares of outstanding stock, is audited by the Chicago office of Schilling; Welco of the Chicago office is the partner in charge of the audit. For each of the following circumstances, indicate whether the public accounting firm’s independence is impaired with respect to Gillington Company. 

A CPA ethically could: 

The Code of Professional Conduct requires independence for all: 

Which of the following is (are) required when a CPA is performing only consulting services for a client? 

The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct: 

In which of the following circumstances would a CPA be bound by ethics to refrain from disclosing any confidential information obtained during the course of a professional engagement? 

Gary Watson, a graduating business student at a small college, is currently interviewing for a job. Gary was invited by both Tilly Manufacturing Co. and Watson Supply Company to travel to a nearby city for an interview. Both companies have offered to pay Gary’s expenses. His total expenses for the trip were $96 for mileage on his car and $45 for meals. As he prepares the letters requesting reimbursement, he is considering asking for the total amount of the expenses from both employers. His rationale is that if he had taken separate trips, each employer would have had to pay that amount. 


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