Audit & Beyond May 2019
In this issue Lesley Clarke says improvements to audit work remain possible, when is your next audit monitoring visit from ICAEW is due? Bob Neate from Mazars gives an audit practitioner's view of joint audit, John Selwood answers questions from the Audit and Assurance Faculty roadshow and Jeremy Williams provides pointers for smaller firms on key audit skills and judgement.
How can firms improve on audit weakness
Most audit monitoring visits conclude without any follow-up action, but improvements to some audit work weakness remain possible in many firms.
Predicting your next audit monitoring visit
Wondering when your next audit monitoring visit may be?
Tips on key audit skills for smaller firms
Practical pointers for smaller firms on displaying key audit skills and judgement.
A practitioners view on joint audit
Joint audit has been used in France for more than 50 years, but how does it work in practice? Bob Neate from Mazars offers a practitioner’s view on this poorly understood form of audit.
John Selwood's audit clinic
John looks at some interesting questions from delegates on the spring Audit and Assurance Faculty roadshow