Internal Audit Considerations: Credit Management

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Sales Returns and Credit Notes

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Invoicing

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Order Processing

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Client Relationship Management

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Client Acceptance and Sales Agreements

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Client Acquisition

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Internal Audit Considerations: Sales Planning and Target Setting

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Auditing the Sales, Invoicing and Credit Management (SICM) Cycle – Some things to consider

In general, the objective of an internal audit is to assess the risk of material misstatement in financial reporting. Material misstatements can arise from inadequacies in internal controls and from inaccurate management assertions. As such, testing the validity of various implicit managerial assertions is a key objective of an internal auditor. While this applies to […]

Conducting a Comprehensive Intellectual Property Audit

In our previous posts, we outlined the differences between the three main types of audits (royalty audit, profit participation audit, and contract audit), examined their uses and benefits, and looked at the consequences of not performing sufficient audits. Now it’s time to discuss the elements of an expert Intellectual Property audit. First, you’ll want to […]