The objective of the Fly Airline case is for you to learn to develop audit procedures in a context, e‐ticket revenue, in which most of the evidence is available electronically, and in which many tests of controls and substantive tests can be performed using data stored in electronic form. In sequence, you will identify controls and their objectives, match controls to financial statement assertions for revenue, develop tests of controls, develop substantive tests for each assertion, and organize audit procedures into an effective and efficient audit program.
Designing Audit Procedures When Evidence Is Electronic: The Case of e‐Ticket Travel Revenue
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A. Faye Borthick, Jack E. Kiger; Designing Audit Procedures When Evidence Is Electronic: The Case of e‐Ticket Travel Revenue. Issues in Accounting Education 1 August 2003; 18 (3): 275–290. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/iace.2003.18.3.275
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