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    useful life
    user-3353 - 09/7/2018, 2:05 am
    Springle has the right to buy the computer at the end of Year 4, so why calculate the depreciation expense will use 5 years, not 4 years?
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    AlCPA or PCAOB
    user-2627 - 09/6/2018, 6:44 pm
    Don't auditors have to follow both AICPA and PCAOB?
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    after ax
    joe-82003 - 09/6/2018, 2:27 am
    after tax ehh
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    recognition/ allowance for tax assets
    Marquelle-30059 - 09/5/2018, 8:59 pm
    Wouldn't you recognize the 90k tax asset no matter what in year one and simply reduce it by an allowance account if it is not more likely then not that there will be income to use it in future years?
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    Leaning towards departure from GAAP
    Raven-59294 - 09/5/2018, 4:40 pm
    Isn't this answer leaning more on "departure from GAAP" than a "scope limitation"?
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    Examples of other matter?
    Raven-59294 - 09/5/2018, 4:37 pm
    What are some examples of information included in the other matter paragraph?
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    Engagement to report on one basic financial statement
    Raven-59294 - 09/5/2018, 4:36 pm
    What's the opinion or response to the fourth option (engagement of the auditor to report on only one basic financial statement)?
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    What happened in this scenario?
    Raven-59294 - 09/5/2018, 4:16 pm
    What necessitated the auditor to emphasize the significant debts in this scenario?
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    Other scenarios an auditor may refer a specialist's work?
    Raven-59294 - 09/5/2018, 4:11 pm
    What are other scenarios that an auditor may refer to a specialist's findings in the audit report?
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    Capital Assets
    Richard-67981 - 09/2/2018, 3:19 pm
    I've always viewed buildings and equipment owned by a cop oration as capital assets. The answer to a review question on this topic stars that capital assets are limited to investments in stocks and bonds and land purchased for appreciation. Any thoughts?
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