Taking a data-driven approach can transform your expense testing to identify potential fraud, cost-saving opportunities and other insights. This one-hour webcast covers interactive examples for using data when auditing expenditures in CaseWare IDEA®.
Bonus: Each Webcast includes data files to practice your new data-driven audit skills!
One Hour; 20 Minutes (1.5 CPE)
12:00 PM - 1:20 PM Central
Al Anderson, CPA
President, ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC
Al is the President of ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC, a global leader in accounting and assurance advancement. He is the Founder of A&A Leaders Leagues, a collaboration of leaders redefining A&A for the future. He is a frequent speaker and educator who works directly with auditors and firms to transform their A&A services. Over his career spanning more than three decades, Al worked from staff auditor to Senior Vice President at the AICPA before creating ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC. He continues to participate in “Auditing in the Future” initiatives and is committed to his vision of redefining A&A.
After completing this training, participants will learn:
Identify data-driven audit opportunities for expenditures
Analyze expense patterns, expense cut-off and subsequent disbursements
Apply data analytics techniques to search for unauthorized purchases by person, vendor and approval threshold
Perform recurring expense frequency and seasonality analysis to compare monthly and yearly trends
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