Category: Advice for Internal Auditors

Olivia Whipple

Common Mistakes New Auditors Make, and How to Fix Them

All human beings are creatures who change with their environment and circumstances. Auditors are in the unique position of watching this progress in real time. Clearing comments left by our bosses, examining last year’s work to build a foundation for this year’s work, and taking required CPE courses makes the

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Olivia Whipple

Audit and Compliance: Where to Draw the Line

In my experience, people are inherently good and want to do the right thing. For most of our lives we don’t need to prove our goodness or innocence, and the laws keeping us on the right side of the law are taught to us early and often. Parents, grandparents, teachers,

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John Kaneklides

Auditing in Times of Uncertainty

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has escalated from a few isolated cases in a foreign country, to a global pandemic affecting all aspects of American life. There is much we don’t know about how this pandemic will change our lives in the financial services industry over the coming weeks and months. However, what

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Olivia Whipple

Auditing Compliance 101

My business partner John and I spend a lot of time talking to Internal Auditors, noting trending topics and emerging issues. While The Audit Library is for auditors everywhere, the vast majority of our subscribers come from the Credit Union industry. For the past several months, one topic has come

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