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Prospective Financial Information


Prospective Financial Information


AICPA 1. Aufl.

72,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 08.09.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781943546879
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 256

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This resource provides interpretive guidance and implementation strategies for all preparation, compilation examination and agreed upon procedures on prospective financial information: Helps with establishing proven best-practices. Provides practical tools and resources to assist with compliance. Exposes potential pitfalls associated with independence and ethics requirements. SSAE No. 18 SSARS No. 23 Preparation and compilation engagements now fall under the SSARSs The attestation engagements require an assertion from the responsible party
1 Introduction .01-.12 Structure of the Guide .06 Relationship to Other Literature .07-.12 2 Scope .01-.10 Presentations .01-.03 Practitioners’ Services .04-.10 3 Definitions .01-.14 4 Types of Prospective Financial Information and Their Uses .01-.09 5 Responsibility for Prospective Financial Information .01-.04 6 Preparation Guidelines .01-.51 7 Reasonably Objective Basis .01-.42 8 Presentation Guidelines .01-.72 Prospective Financial Statements .02-.56 Uses of Prospective Financial Statements .02-.03 Responsibility for Prospective Financial Statements .04-.05 Title .06-.07 Format .08-.12 Date .13 Accounting Principles and Policies .14-.19 Materiality .20 Presentation of Amounts .21-.24 Assumptions .25-.36 Period to Be Covered .37-.48 Distinguishing From Historical Financial Statements .49-.50 Correction and Updating of a Financial Forecast .51-.56 Partial Presentations .57-.72 Uses of Partial Presentations .59-.60 Preparation and Presentation of Partial Presentations .61-.72 9 Illustrative Prospective Financial Information .01-.08 10 Types of Practitioners’ Services .01-.39 Types of Services .03-.16 Responsibility for Prospective Financial Information .17 Reasonably Objective Basis for Presentation .18-.20 Quality Control .21-.26 Independence .27-.32 Change in Engagement to a Lower Level of Service .33-.37 A Practitioner’s Responsibility for Prospective Financial Information That Contains Disclosures About Periods Beyond the Prospective Period .38 Materiality .39 11 Preparation of Prospective Financial Information .01-.52 Introduction .01-.02 Applicability .03-.09 Independence .10-.11 Requirements .12-.51 General Principles for Performing Engagements to Prepare Prospective Financial Information .12-.13 Preconditions for Accepting an Engagement to Prepare Prospective Financial Information .14-.21 Agreement on Engagement Terms .22-.27 Knowledge and Understanding of the Entity’s Financial Reporting Framework .28-.32 Knowledge of Other Matters .33 Preparing the Prospective Financial Information .34-.40 Preparation of Prospective Financial Information That Contains a Known Departure or Departures from the AICPA Presentation Guidelines .41-.44 Preparation of Prospective Financial Information That Omits Substantially All Disclosures Required by the AICPA Presentation Guidelines .45-.46 Communication With the Responsible Party .47-.48 Documentation Requirements .49-.51 Appendix A—Illustrative Engagement Letters for a Preparation Engagement .52 12 Compilation Procedures .01-.37 Introduction .01-.03 Applicability .04-.05 Requirements .06-.32 General Principles for Performing and Reporting on Compilations of Prospective Financial Information .06-.07 Preconditions for Accepting a Compilation Engagement .08-.14 Agreement on Engagement Terms .15-.20 Knowledge and Understanding of the Presentation Guidelines and Underlying Accounting Principles Used by the Entity .21-.25 Knowledge of Other Matters .26 Reading the Prospective Financial Information .27 Other Compilation Procedures .28-.32 Documentation Requirements .33-.36 Appendix A—Illustrative Engagement Letters for a Compilation .37 13 The Practitioner’s Compilation Report .01-.31 Omission of Substantially All the Disclosures Required by the AICPA Presentation Guidelines .05-.07 Multiple Periods .08-.09 Lack of Independence .10-.12 Known Departures From the AICPA Presentation Guidelines .13-.19 Supplementary Information .20-.22 Alert That Restricts the Use of the Practitioner’s Compilation Report .23-.25 Emphasis-of-Matter or Other-Matter Paragraphs .26-.27 Reference to Historical Financial Statements .28 Reporting on a Financial Forecast That Includes a Projected Sale of an Entity’s Real Estate Investment at the End of the Forecast Period .29 Reporting If the Prospective Financial Information Includes Disclosures About Periods Beyond the Prospective Period .30-.31 14 Examination Procedures .01-.71 Engagement Acceptance .06-.11 Materiality .12 Training and Proficiency .13-.17 Requesting a Written Assertion .18-.19 Planning an Examination Engagement .20-.30 Engagement Understanding .20-.21 Engagement Strategy .22-.26 Assessing Risks of Material Misstatement .27-.30 Procedures to Evaluate Assumptions .31-.50 Development of Assumptions .31-.34 Evaluation of Assumptions .35-.37 Support for Assumptions .38-.50 Evaluating the Preparation and Presentation of Prospective Financial Information .51-.52 Written Representations .53-.56 Assumptions Dependent on the Actions of Users .57 Additional Considerations for Partial Presentations .58-.59 Other Information .60-.64 Illustrative Examination Procedures .65-.70 Appendix A—Illustrative Engagement and Representation Letters for an Examination .71 15 The Practitioner’s Examination Report .01-.27 Modifications to the Practitioner’s Opinion .09-.27 Additional Considerations for Partial Presentations .20-.21 Reporting on a Financial Forecast That Includes a Projected Sale of an Entity’s Real Estate Investment at the End of the Forecast Period .22 Reporting If the Prospective Financial Information Includes Disclosures About Periods Beyond the Prospective Period .23-.24 Reporting If the Examination Is Part of a Larger Engagement .25-.26 Lack of Independence .27 16 Application of Agreed-Upon Procedures .01-.34 Nature of an Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagement .04 Engagement Acceptance .05-.14 Change to an Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagement From Another Form of Engagement .10-.14 Written Assertion .15-.19 Procedures to Be Performed .20-.26 Use of Specialists and Internal Auditors .23-.26 Representation Letter .27-.30 Adding Parties as Specified Parties (Nonparticipant Parties) .31-.33 Appendix A—Illustrative Engagement and Representation Letters for Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements .34 17 The Practitioner’s Report on the Results of Applying Agreed-Upon Procedures .01-.13 Findings .02-.07 Explanatory Language .08 Restrictions on the Performance of Procedures .09-.11 Responsible Party Refuses to Provide a Written Assertion .10-.11 Adding Nonparticipant Parties .12 Knowledge of Matters Outside Agreed-Upon Procedures .13 Appendix A Overview of Statements on Quality Control Standards B Schedule of Changes Made to the Text From the Previous Edition Index of Pronouncements and Other Technical Guidance Subject Index  

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