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    I like the story in regards to the jar of the honey hahaa… we do often get gifts such as for example if it is a cotton manufacturer which I audited this year and he actually gave us a pack of tissue rolls and cotton wool, I do not think such small immaterial gifts will have an effect as they are in fact immaterial and cannot affect my independence, but such gifts e.g extravagant paid for holidays or cruises or money gifts then that should be taken as a red flag and not taken as for sure this can impair objectivity, you do not expect to pay for an auditor a 2 week vacation and expect nothing in return :) and yes in practice it is difficult to reduce but if really material then your independence and ethical objective comes in.

  2. Profile photo of Ashair says

    Derar sir,
    What is the major differenc among “objectives, purpose and scope.?
    Ie objectives of CG, internal audit, external audit
    Purpose of CG, internal audit, external audit…
    In all the above examples meanings of objectives, n purpose is very ambigious….
    Please eleborate them
    Ashair Zeeshan

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    Urgent Help

    According to the features of the Sound system of Internal Control it must be 1)Responsive externally 2) Intgrated Internally and 3) Control must be embedded in the culture.
    I want to know :
    What do we mean when we are talking about
    Control must be embedded in the Culture? and what are the differences in the between Internally integrated and Control must be embedded in the culture.Give some explanations

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    I keep getting the error message “Serve not found: rtmpt:// What can i do to watch the videos it is very frustrating as i want to be able to watch the videos before i sit for my exam.

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    This module has really helped clarify some points on Internal Audit which I found were a bit woolly in the BPP textbook…especially the point that IA is a control in itself, and that IA tasks may be carried out by just one idividual in small orgs, etc. (ie. IA will not always be in the form of a big, conventional IA dept, if the org is too small to warrant it)…
    …very helpful module, thanks.

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