Preliminary evaluation of internal control, Auditing

For each of the following independent situations, state whether you agree or disagree, and briefly explain your answer.

(a) Materiality is used only at the planning stage of the audit.

(b) Auditor performs analytical work only at the end of the audit.

(c) In order for auditor to perform audit as per GAAS, only programming independence is required from the audit client.

(d) In the preliminary evaluation of internal control, auditor documents internal control systems of the audit client. Auditor has only one method- narrative- for providing the overview of the internal control systems.

(e) As per the standard audit engagement letter signed between external financial statement auditor and client/ auditee, auditor's primary role is to detect fraud.

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