Testing controls mean that: (a) The auditor can completely rely on a clients system of internal controls.


Testing controls mean that: 

(a) The auditor can completely rely on a client’s system of internal controls. 

(b) No substantive testing is required. 

(c) The auditor can plan to reduce their reliance on detailed substantive testing of transactions and account balances. 

(d) All of the above.

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Auditing A Practical Approach

ISBN: 978-1118849415

2nd Canadian edition

Authors: Fiona Campbell, Robyn Moroney, Jane Hamilton, Valerie Warren

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