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PPC's Guide to Quality Control

PPC's Guide to Quality Control

Product Information

  • Frequency of Updates:

    Updated annually
  • Brand:
    Practitioners Publishing

Format

Price

Quantity

Book
Product Code:
GQCP
$355.00

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The essential guide to quality control for audit and accounting professionals

PPC’s Guide to Quality Control provides the overarching policies and procedures that the quality control checklists, programs, and practice aids in PPC’s Audit and Accounting Guides support. This Guide provides a comprehensive approach for designing and implementing a quality control system that complies with all of the quality control standards and at the same time is practical and cost-effective for firms of all sizes.

The quality control guide that allows you to conduct audits with confidence

The Guide incorporates the requirements of SQCS 8 and the AICPA peer review requirements and includes:

  • Step-by-step instructions and 70 checklists and practice aids for use in designing, implementing, documenting, and monitoring the firm’s QC system
  • Guidance on developing and implementing policies and procedures for each of the six QC elements - firm leadership, relevant ethical requirements, acceptance and continuance, human resources, engagement performance, and monitoring
  • Model QC documents for different firm types, such as local firms, small firms, and sole practitioner firms with and without professional staff
  • Discussion of important quality control areas like the importance of quality and “tone at the top,” maintaining independence, performing engagement quality control review, and completing ongoing monitoring and inspection procedures
  • A peer review chapter to provide all the information you need to go through the peer review process and pass peer review

  • Quality Control
    • INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL
    • Chapter 1 Quality Control—An Overview
    • Chapter 2 Leadership Responsibilities for Quality Within the Firm
    • Chapter 3 Relevant Ethical Requirements
    • Chapter 4 Acceptance and Continuance of Client Relationships and Specific Engagements
    • Chapter 5 Human Resources
    • Chapter 6 Engagement Performance
    • Chapter 7 Monitoring
    • Chapter 8 The Peer Review Process And Undergoing System Review
    • Practice Aids (GQC-PA)
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  • Guide to Quality Control: List of Substantive Changes View
  • Guide to Quality Control Sample View

DESCRIPTION

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The essential guide to quality control for audit and accounting professionals

PPC’s Guide to Quality Control provides the overarching policies and procedures that the quality control checklists, programs, and practice aids in PPC’s Audit and Accounting Guides support. This Guide provides a comprehensive approach for designing and implementing a quality control system that complies with all of the quality control standards and at the same time is practical and cost-effective for firms of all sizes.

The quality control guide that allows you to conduct audits with confidence

The Guide incorporates the requirements of SQCS 8 and the AICPA peer review requirements and includes:

  • Step-by-step instructions and 70 checklists and practice aids for use in designing, implementing, documenting, and monitoring the firm’s QC system
  • Guidance on developing and implementing policies and procedures for each of the six QC elements - firm leadership, relevant ethical requirements, acceptance and continuance, human resources, engagement performance, and monitoring
  • Model QC documents for different firm types, such as local firms, small firms, and sole practitioner firms with and without professional staff
  • Discussion of important quality control areas like the importance of quality and “tone at the top,” maintaining independence, performing engagement quality control review, and completing ongoing monitoring and inspection procedures
  • A peer review chapter to provide all the information you need to go through the peer review process and pass peer review

TABLE OF CONTENT

  • Quality Control
    • INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL
    • Chapter 1 Quality Control—An Overview
    • Chapter 2 Leadership Responsibilities for Quality Within the Firm
    • Chapter 3 Relevant Ethical Requirements
    • Chapter 4 Acceptance and Continuance of Client Relationships and Specific Engagements
    • Chapter 5 Human Resources
    • Chapter 6 Engagement Performance
    • Chapter 7 Monitoring
    • Chapter 8 The Peer Review Process And Undergoing System Review
    • Practice Aids (GQC-PA)
    • INDEX
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      • --C--
      • --D--
      • --E--
      • --F--
      • --I--
      • --L--
      • --M--
      • --N--
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      • --P--
      • --Q--
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RELATED RESOURCES

  • Guide to Quality Control: List of Substantive Changes View
  • Guide to Quality Control Sample View