Audit Plan/Report – Jim’s Auto Body case study

Using the case study Jim’s Auto Body, prepare an audit program to audit revenue. You will use all of the relevant management assertions as the audit objectives, and you should include the following:

  • Management assertions to be addressed (audit objectives)
  • Internal control
  • Test of controls
  • Substantive test of transactions

Part 1
After the audit program has been drafted, identify the type of report that will be produced as a result of the audit of revenue, and develop the audit report.
Part 2
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) professional standards provide uniform wording and format for the audit report. The audit report should focus on the revenue cycle and Jim’s Auto Body. Write a 1-page audit report for Jim’s Auto Body that includes all seven parts of a standard audit report, as follows:

  • Report title
  • Audit report address
  • Introductory paragraphs
  • Scope paragraph
  • Opinion paragraph
  • Name of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) firm
  • Audit report date

Jim’s Auto Body (Inc., or LLC)
1122 Sesame Street
New York, NY, 10002
EIN 90-1234567
Dated incorporated January 1st, 2010
Jim Jameson
8701 Electric Avenue
New York, NY, 10002SSN: 123-45-6789

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  • Jim Jameson took on Fred as a partner for the LLC. Fred owns 50% of all profits, losses, and capital. You do not have to complete Part 2 K, L, or M on the 1065 Schedule K1 (there is not enough information provided).
  • $4,500 salary expense is officer’s compensation for the corporation and guaranteed payment to partners for the LLC.
  • $55,000 equipment is 7-year property in its 5th year of service and was placed into service in the middle of the year, thus using the half-year convention. Use the correct table from the IRS—Publication 946: How to Depreciate Property—to determine the tax deductible depreciation. Form 4562 is not required.
  • Jim made four quarterly estimated tax payments of $800 each over the course of the year.
  • In accordance with IRS instructions: “Corporations with total receipts and total assets at the end of the tax year less than $250,000 are not required to complete Schedules L, M-1, and M-2” (Internal Revenue Service, n.d.). This also applies to the LLC.
  • For the 1065 Schedule K1, you will not have enough information to fill out Part 2 K, L, and M.

Jim’s Auto BodyRevenues:Service Revenue
28,000
Total Revenue
28,000
Expenses:Salary Expense
4,500
Rent Expense
1,200
Utility Expense
300
Depreciation Expense
500
Insurance Expense
100
Supply Expense
400
7,000
Net Income
21,000
Jim’s Auto Body
Balance Sheet
As of April 30, 2015
AssetsCash
101,800
Acct Rec’able  20,000PP In
1,100
Equipment  55,000Accu. Dep.
500
Supplies
2,600
Total Assets
180,000
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Liabilities and Stockholders’ EquityLiabilities:Accounts Payable
8,000
Salary Payable
3,000
Total Liabilities
11000.00
Stockholders’ Equity:Common Stock            150,000Retained Earnings
19000
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Total Stockholders’ Equity
169000.00
Total Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity
180,000
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