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This compilation is not a separate Auditing Standard made by the AUASB.
Instead, it is a representation of ASA 560 (October 2009) as amended by another Auditing Standard which is listed in the Table below.
, regarding procedures to be followed by the auditor who, subsequent to the date of his report upon audited financial statements, becomes aware that facts may have existed at that date which might have affected his report had he then been aware of such facts.
These Auditing Standards establish requirements and provide application and other explanatory material to auditors regarding their responsibilities relating to subsequent events in an audit of a financial report.
.01 The auditor should date the audit report no earlier than the date on which the auditor has obtained sufficient appropriate evidence to support the auditor's opinion.
Paragraph .05 describes the procedure to be followed when a subsequent event occurring after the report date is disclosed in the financial statements.
ISSN 1833-4393 Introduction Scope of this Auditing Standard..............................................................................However, if the financial statements are adjusted and disclosure of the event is made, or if no adjustment is made and the auditor qualifies his or her opinion, the procedures set forth in paragraph .05 should be followed..04 In case a subsequent event of the type requiring disclosure (as discussed in AS 2801.05) occurs after the date of the auditor's report but before the issuance of the related financial statements, and the event comes to the attention of the auditor, it should be disclosed in a note to the financial statements or the auditor should qualify his or her opinion.In such cases, the independent auditor has no responsibility to make further investigation or inquiry as to events which may have occurred during the period between the original report date and the date of the release of additional reports.However, , for the predecessor auditor's responsibility when reissuing or consenting to the reuse of a report previously issued on the financial statements of a prior period..07 In some cases, it may not be desirable for the independent auditor to reissue his report in the circumstances described in paragraph .06 because he has become aware of an event that occurred subsequent to the date of his original report that requires adjustment or disclosure in the financial statements.In such cases, adjustment with disclosure or disclosure alone should be made as described in AS 2801.08.Note: When performing an integrated audit of financial statements and internal control over financial reporting, the auditor's reports on the company's financial statements and on internal control over financial reporting should be dated the same date.Note: If the auditor concludes that a scope limitation will prevent the auditor from obtaining the reasonable assurance necessary to express an opinion on the financial statements, then the auditor's report date is the date that the auditor has obtained sufficient appropriate evidence to support the representations in the auditor's report.If disclosure of the event is made, either in a note or in the auditor's report, the auditor would date the report as set forth in the following paragraph..05 The independent auditor has two methods for dating the report when a subsequent event disclosed in the financial statements occurs after the auditor has obtained sufficient appropriate evidence on which to base his or her opinion, but before the issuance of the related financial statements.