Auditing and Assurance Services: Understanding the Integrated Audit provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the integrated audit. It presents auditing from the perspective of an integrated audit complying with the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the PCAOB. As the first auditing textbook completely authored after the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley, Auditing and Assurance Services uses the perspective of an integrated audit throughout the entire textbook, not just in specific chapters. Other features of the textbook: Discusses industry-specific risk in the cycle chapters and demonstrates how risk influences client acceptance and continuance. Presents the differences between public and non-public company audits. Addresses international audit standards. Follows the chronological sequence of an audit. Assumes an IT environment throughout. Provides appendices with additional detail on IT general controls, application controls and use of software. Integrates fraud early in the textbook and continues coverage throughout. Applies auditing concepts to real-world and fictional scenarios via Auditing in Action features. Provides comprehensive end-of-chapter material, including ethics exercises, CL exercises and CPA simulations. Includes ACL software packaged with the textbook. Learn more about Auditing and Assurance Services: Understanding the Integrated Audit by visiting www.wiley.com/college/hooks today!Karen L. Hooks is the author of 'Auditing and Assurance Services: Understanding the Integrated Audit', published 2010 under ISBN 9780471726340 and ISBN 0471726346.