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1 Modern Auditing: Assurance Services and the Integrity of Financial Reporting, 8 th Edition Modern Auditing: Assurance Services and the Integrity of Financial Reporting, 8 th Edition William C. Boynton California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo Raymond N. Johnson Portland State University Chapter 14 – Auditing the Revenue Cycle

2 Chapter Overview

3 The Revenue Cycle

4 Develop Audit Objectives

5 Inherent Risk, Including the Risk of Fraud Management Misstatement of Revenue – Overstate revenues – Overstate cash and gross receivables – Understate allowance for doubtful accounts Other Misstatement Factors – Opportunities for error – Timing – Misclassification – Adjustment transactions

6 Analytical Procedures

7 Consideration of Internal Control Components Control Environment Risk Assessment Information and Communication Monitoring Initial Assessments of Control Risk

8 Study Break 1.The revenue cycle includes all of the following transactions, except: A.Credit Sales B.Cash Receipt C.Inventory Purchase D.Sales Returns and Allowances C. Inventory Purchase

9 Study Break 2.This internal control component should provide management with feedback as to whether internal controls pertaining to revenue cycle transactions and balances are operating as intended. A.Monitoring B.Initial Assessments of Control Risk C.Information and Communication D.Control Environment A. Monitoring

10 Control Activities for Credit Sales Transactions Credit Sales Orders – Over-the-Counter – Mail Order – Internet Computerized Accounting System – General Controls – Application Controls

11 Common Documents and Records Customer Order Sales Order Shipping Document – Bill of Lading – Packing Slip Sales Invoice Authorized Price List

12 Common Documents and Records Sales Transactions File Sales Journal Customer Master File Accounts Receivable Master File – Accounts receivable subsidiary ledger Customer Monthly Statement

13 Function and Control Activities Authorizing Sales – Accepting Customer Orders – Approving Credit Delivery of Goods and Services – Filling Sales Orders – Shipping Sales Orders Recording Sales

14 System Flowchart – Credit Sales

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17 Study Break 3.This document is a journal listing of the completed sales transactions. A.Sales invoice B.Sales transactions files C.Authorized price list D.Sales journal

18 Study Break 4.This document shows the description, quantity, and other data pertaining to a customer order. A.Customer order B.Sales order C.Shipping document D.Sales invoice B. Sales order

19 Cash Receipts Transactions – Common Documents and Records Remittance Advice Prelist Cash Count Sheets Daily Cash Summary Validated Deposit Slip Cash Receipts Transactions File Cash Receipts Journal

20 Cash Receipts Transactions - Functions Receiving Cash Receipts – Over-the-Counter Receipts – Mail Receipts Depositing Cash in Bank – Deposited intact daily Recording the Receipts

21 Sales Adjustment Transactions – Common Documents and Records Sales return authorization Authorization for accounts receivable write-off Receiving report Credit memo Journal entry Cash Receipts journal

22 Sales Adjustment Functions and Controls Granting Cash Discounts Granting Sales Returns and Allowances Determining Uncollectible Accounts Other Controls Tests of Controls

23 Study Break 5.This cash receipts transaction document is a listing of cash receipts received through the mail. A.Remittance advice B.Prelist C.Daily cash summary D.Validated deposit slip B. Prelist

24 Study Break 6.All of the following are sales adjustment functions, except: A.Granting cash discounts B.Determining uncollectible accounts C.Recording the cash receipts D.Granting sales returns and allowances C. Recording the cash receipts

25 Substantive Tests of Accounts Receivable Determining Detection Risk for Tests of Details – Existence and Occurrence – Completeness – Rights and Obligations – Valuation and Allocation – Presentation and Disclosure

26 Designing Substantive Tests Initial Procedures Analytical Procedures

27 Designing Substantive Tests Tests of Details of Transactions – Vouch Revenue Transactions – Trace Revenue Transactions – Perform Cutoff Tests Sales Cutoff Tests Sales Return Cutoff Tests – Perform Cash Receipts Cutoff Test

28 Designing Substantive Tests Tests of Details of Balances – Confirm Receivables – Forms of Confirmation Positive Confirmation Negative Confirmation – Timing and Extent of Requests – Controlling the Requests

29 Designing Substantive Tests Tests of Details of Balances – Disposition of Exceptions – Alternative Procedures for Dealing with Nonresponses – Summarizing and Evaluating Results – Applicability to Assertions

30 Designing Substantive Tests Tests of Details of Accounting Estimates – Allowance for Doubtful Accounts – Aged Trial Balance Tests of Details of Disclosures

31 Study Break 7.This type of confirmation requires a debtor to respond only when the amount shown is incorrect. A.Positive Confirmation B.Negative Confirmation C.Avoidance D.Existence B. Negative Confirmation

32 Study Break 8.This cutoff test is designed to obtain reasonable assurance that cash receipts are recorded in the accounting period in which received. A.Sales cutoff test B.Sales return cutoff test C.Vouching revenue transactions D.Cash receipts cutoff test


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