acc 403 homework chapter 1 &2

Acc 403 homework1-17 (Objective 1-3) Busch Corporation has an existing loan in the amount of $6 millionWith an annual interest rate of 6.0%. The company provides an internal company preparedFinancial statement to the bank under the loan agreement. Two competingBanks have offered to replace Busch Corporation’s existing loan agreement with a newOne. United National Bank has offered to loan Busch $6 million at a rate of 5.0% butRequires Busch to provide financial statements that have been reviewed by a CPA firm.First City Bank has offered to loan Busch $6 million at a rate of 4.0% but requires Busch toProvide financial statements that have been audited by a CPA firm. Busch Corporation’sController approached a CPA firm and was given an estimated cost of $35,000 to performA review and $60,000 to perform an audit.A. Explain why the interest rate for the loan that requires a review report is lower thanThat for the loan that did not require a review. Explain why the interest rate for the loanThat requires an audit report is lower than the interest rate for the other two loans.b. Calculate Busch Corporation’s annual costs under each loan agreement, includingInterest and costs for the CPA firm’s services. Indicate whether Busch should keep itsExisting loan, accept the offer from United National Bank, or accept the offer fromFirst City Bank.c. Assume that United National Bank has offered the loan at a rate of 4.5% with aReview, and the cost of the audit has increased to $80,000 due to new auditingStandards requirements. Indicate whether Busch should keep its existing loan, acceptThe offer from United National Bank, or accept the offer from First City Bank.1-19 (Objective 1-1) James Burrow is the loan officer for the National Bank of Dallas.National has a loan of $325,000 outstanding to Regional Delivery Service, a companySpecializing in delivering products of all types on behalf of smaller companies. NationalsCollateral on the loan consists of 25 small delivery trucks with an average original cost of$24,000.Burrow is concerned about the collectability of the outstanding loan and whether theTrucks still exist. He therefore engages Samantha Altman, CPA, to count the trucks, usingRegistration information held by Burrow. She was engaged because she spends most ofHer time auditing used automobile and truck dealerships and has extensive specializedKnowledge about used trucks. Burrow requests that Altman issue a report stating theFollowing:1. Which of the 25 trucks is parked in Regional’s parking lot on the night of June 30?2013.2. Whether all of the trucks are owned by Regional Delivery Service.3. The condition of each truck, using the guidelines of poor, good, and excellent.4. The fair market value of each truck, using the current “blue book” for trucks, whichStates the approximate wholesale prices of all used truck models, and also using thePoor, good, and excellent condition guidelines.a. For each of the following parts of the definition of auditing, state which part of thePreceding narrative fits the definition:(1) Information(2) Established criteria(3) Accumulating and evaluating evidence(4) Competent, independent person(5) Reporting resultsB. Identify the greatest difficulties Altman are likely to have doing this audit.1-22 (Objectives 1-3, 1-5) Dave Czarnecki is the managing partner of Czarnecki andHogan, a medium-sized local CPA firm located outside of Chicago. Over lunch, he isSurprised when his friend James Foley asks him, “Doesn’t it bother you that your clientsDon’t look forward to seeing their auditors each year?” Dave responded, “Well, auditingIs only one of several services we provide? Most of our work for clients does not involveFinancial statement audits and our audit clients seem to like interacting with us.”a. Identify ways in which a financial statement audit adds value for clients.b. List other services other than audits that Czarnecki and Hogan likely provide.C. Assume Czarnecki and Hogan has hired you as a consultant to identify ways inWhich they can expand their practice. Identify at least one additional service that youBelieve the firm should provide and explain why you believe this represents a growthOpportunity for CPA firms.2-18 (Objective 2-6) Sarah O’Hann enjoyed taking her first auditing course as part of herUndergraduate accounting program. While at home during her semester break, she andHer father discussed the class and it was clear that he didn’t really understand the natureOf the audit process as he asked the following questions:a. What is the main objective of the audit of an entity’s financial statements?b. The audit represents the CPA firm’s guarantee about the accuracy of the financialStatements, right?c. Isn’t the auditor’s primary responsibility to detect all kinds of fraud at the client?d. Given the CPA firm is auditing financial statements, why would they need toUnderstand anything about the client’s business?e. What does the auditor do in an audit other than verify the mathematical accuracy of?The numbers in the financial statements?2-20 (Objectives 2-5, 2-6) you have been asked to make a presentation in your InternationalBusiness class about how globalization is impacting the auditing profession. InPreparation, you met with your auditing professor and discussed these questions:a. What organizations are responsible for establishing U.S. auditing standards used by?CPA firms when auditing financial statements prepared by organizations based inThe U.S.?b. What organization is responsible for establishing auditing standards internationally?c. To what extent are AICPA auditing standards and international auditing standards similar?d. What is the process the AICPA Auditing Standards Board (ASB) uses to develop?AICPA auditing standards?e. To what extent are PCAOB auditing standards impacted by international standards?2-22 (Objective 2-5) for each engagement described below, indicate whether the engagementIs likely to be conducted under international auditing standards, U.S. generallyAccepted auditing standards, or PCAOB auditing standards.a. An audit of a U.S. private company with no public equity or debt.b. An audit of a German private company with public debt in Germany.c. An audit of a U.S. public company.d. An audit of a United Kingdom public company that is listed in the United States andWhose financial statements will be filed with the SEC.?e. An audit of a U.S. not-for-profit organization.f. An audit of a U.S. private company to be used for a loan from a publicly traded bank.g. An audit of a U.S. public company that is a subsidiary of a Japanese company thatWill be used for reporting by the parent company in Japan.h. An audit of a U.S. private company that has publicly traded debt.