By embracing new technologies and developing new skills in their own operations, internal auditors can develop a point of view on new risks and deliver value to the organization.
The percentage of audits with at least one inspection finding fell slightly from the previous year, according to a global survey of audit regulators taken in 2017.
An interpretation issued by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board helps auditors comply with reporting requirements during engagements performed under both generally accepted auditing standards and PCAOB rules.
The new members come from public and private organizations.
A new Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services will be issued in late May in an effort to decrease the impact on practitioners during busy season.
Attestation guidance addresses third-party due-diligence services for asset-backed securities.
Read excerpts from a new AICPA-issued sustainability guide issued to aid practitioners taking on attestation services in this emerging area.
Comments on three proposals are due May 15.
Much of the new reporting model is in effect.
Staff inspection reports revealed 3 areas of greatest concern.
Organizations should be wary of assigning a chief audit executive to the role for a short, predetermined time.
It's the first major change to the standard form in 70 years.
William Duhnke will chair the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and will be joined by board members J. Robert Brown, Kathleen Hamm, James Kaiser, and Duane DesParte.
In this excerpt from the AICPA’s new Guide to Audit Data Analytics, learn how to apply the techniques to a risk assessment procedure.
PCAOB member Jeanette Franzel is calling for audit firms to dedicate additional resources to ensure high-quality audits.
A new Center for Audit Quality tool provides audit committees with important considerations related to the new auditor’s report.
Recent leaps in artificial intelligence and machine learning might pale compared to what lies just ahead. Here’s how auditors can embrace the changes.
Distributed ledger technology, also known as blockchain, presents a twofold challenge for accountants and auditors.
The PCAOB issued staff guidance that describes important considerations related to the new auditor’s reporting model.
This article explores reasons for remote auditing.