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3.The SEC had all the right reasons to criticize KPMG on relying too much on quantitative measures when making their materiality judgment. Under Audit Section 9312A.11, auditors should lean towards quantitative measures when there is materiality in an element or elements of the financial statements that could affect the judgment of a reasonable person who will rely on the financial statements. It’s normal for an auditor to use quantitative measures on elements such as revenues, components of total assets, gross profit, components of shareholders equity, and cash flows from operations. Since users are relying heavily on financial statements, it’s imperative that auditors use their best judgment and professional skepticism when auditing those particular elements on the financial statement.
The KPMG auditors failed to take qualitative materiality into account. They overlooked the measures on the interactive platform sector which lead them to misrepresent Gemstar’s financial statements. Under AU 9312A.16, qualitative measures should be used when an element on the financial statements is pervasive to the particular entity whether it is material or not. It’s best to use qualitative measures when the risks in the company are higher than usual and if there are numerous misstatements.
Unfortunately, in audit, there isn’t one exclusive way to handle every scenario and situation; every case is different from the other. Thus, auditors should look at all the given issues and should not only just choose quantitative or qualitative measure when deciding on an audit judgment. They should consider using both, but must first recognize when each needs to be…...

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