Anatomy Of A Small Efficient Audit 2019 Presenter: Lettie Janse van Vuuren Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Be aware of the characteristics of a micro entity; Be able to explain the benefits of performing audits to their small clients. Have a quick overview of ISAs in relation to small entities. Understand why micro-entity engagements are a specialty. Know how to specialise in performing micro-entity engagements. Know how to perform audits of small entities in a cost-effective manner. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Introduction Anatomy of a 12-hour audit of micro-entities; Pressure affecting audits of micro-Entities; Evolution of professional standards; Is a 12-hour audit feasible? What do you need to focus on? Performing the audit of a micro-entity effectively and efficiently; Definition of a micro-entity; Objectives of the auditor of a micro-entity; Requirements and assumptions; Preconditions for a 12-hour audit of a micro-entity; Articles on efficiency; Reference to best practices and tips; and Bonus documents.
Our Monthly Legislation and Standards Update provides a summary of some of the most important legislation updates from the previous month. This helps you, our client to stay up-to-date on recent and important legislation developments in auditing, acc ounting, tax, SARS operations, CIPC operations, Labour and other relevant laws.
Reporting Engagement 2019 Presenter: Jako Liebenberg Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the difference between the various engagement standards Understan d the common law, contract law and statutory law obligations when performing an engagement. Understand independence as it relates to each type of engagement and other ethical considerations. Be able to accept, perform and complete the different type of engagements. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Independent Review vs Audit vs Agreed-upon-procedure vs Compilation. Who can perform the different types of engagements Who regulates the different types of engagements Calculating the PIS. The structure of the standards that should be applied and recent amendments. What the standard requires related to accepting, performing, completing and reporting under each engagement type. Common law, contract law, statutory law requirements for each engagement type. Code of conduct and Quality control requirements.
QuickBooks Online Certification Exam Prep Part 1 Presenter: Hebbie du Plooy Key Learnings In Module 1 we will look at Creating a QuickBooks Online company, company settings, sales settings, expense settings, payment settings, advanced sett ings, chart of accounts, products and services, adding customers and vendors, managing team and client access. In Module2 we will cover delayed charges, online invoices, undeposited funds, deposit transactions, journal entries, transfers, other transactions and tools. Best Practice workflows, price rules, and projects. *At the end of this course you should log in and take Sections 1 and 2 of the exam while the information is fresh in your mind
Independent Review Presenter: Tendai Chinyande CA(SA) Learning objectives: By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the difference between an Independent Review and an Audit. Under stand and be able to confidently calculate the PIS. Be able to establish a system of quality control for reviews. Be able to accept, perform and complete an independent review engagement Content: The webinar will cover the following topics: Independent Review vs Audit vs Compilation What is an independent review? Who can perform an independent review? Who regulates independent reviews? Calculating the PIS. PIS threshold. The standard that should be applied and recent amendments. What the standard requires related to accepting, performing, completing and reporting on the engagement. Quality control in a review engagement.
Practice Management - An overview of engagement standards used by Auditors and Accountants 2019 Presenter: Nicolaas van Wyk Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Have a good underst anding of the engagement standards. Have a good understanding of the types of engagements. Practically understand Public Interest Score (PIS) calculations. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Overview of the types of engagements Overview of the accounting frameworks Related corporate governance issues Quality Control [ISQC 1] Non-assurance services, Compilation [ISRS 4410] Moderate assurance - Review [ISRE 2400] Reasonable assurance - Audit [ISA 100 - 800] Public interest score calculations