NINJA Regulation Table of Content

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    harrisbernie
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    Please see below for the Table of Content for Regulation Book.

    Table of Contents

    Regulation I

    Ethics and Professional

    I. Ethics in Tax Practice Page 2

    II. Licensing & Disciplinary Systems Page 15

    III. Legal Duties & Responsibilities Page 24

    Regulation II

    Business Law

    I. Agency Page 1

    II. Introduction to Contracts Page 25

    III. Sales Contracts Page 57

    IV. Negotiable Instruments Page 89

    V. Secured Transactions Page 119

    VI. Document of Title & Transfer Page 134

    VII. Debtor-Creditor Relationship Page 138

    VIII. Government Regulations Page 158

    IX. Business Structures Page 194

    Regulation III

    Federal Tax Process

    I. Federal Tax Process Page 1

    Regulation IV

    Property Transactions

    I. Taxations of Property Transactions Page 1

    II. Estate and Gift Taxation Page 30

    Regulation V

    Individual Taxation

    I. Individual Taxation Page 1

    Regulation VI

    Entity Taxation

    I. C Corporation Page 1

    II. S Corporation Page 23

    III. Partnership Page 30

    IV. Trust & Estates Page 50

    #662163
    waffle_house
    Participant

    Awesome! Could you do the same for the others???? 🙂

    AUD - 80
    BEC - 75
    FAR - 84
    REG - 76
    Exams started Sep 2014 -Exams done Mar 2017

    Texas CPA

    I put in work, it was evident

    #662165
    harrisbernie
    Member

    I am sorry waffle_house, I don't have the other books.

    Thanks again Jeff!

    #662166
    Yazzari10
    Participant

    Thanks Jeff, you're awesome! I just posted a table of contents for FAR, so I hope that makes studying easier for everybody 🙂

    #662167
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Can you somehow sticky this information Jeff? I will bookmark for the time being.

    #662168
    ruggercpa2b
    Participant

    Audit Ninja Book

    Auditing & Attestation I – Engagement Acceptance 32 pages

    Auditing & Attestation II – Understanding the Entity & Its Environment, Including Internal Control 85 pages

    Auditing & Attestation III – Audit Procedures, Sampling & Evidence 120 pages

    Auditing & Attestation IV – Evaluating Audit Results 82 pages

    Auditing & Attestation V – Accounting & Review Engagements 60 pages

    Auditing & Attestation VI – Professional Responsibilities 63 pages

    Auditing & Attestation VII – International Auditing 6 pages

    AUD - NINJA in Training
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - NINJA in Training
    REG - NINJA in Training
    AUD - 1/6/18
    FAR - TBD
    REG - TBD
    BEC - TBD
    #662169
    titoav15
    Participant

    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING I (CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK)

    I. Accounting Standards Pg. 3

    II. Conceptual Framework Pg. 10

    III. Financial Reporting Pg. 21

    IV. Other Financial Statements Pg.59

    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING II (FINANCIAL STATEMENTS)

    I. Cash and Equivalents Pg. 2

    II. Receivables Pg. 9

    III. Payables Pg.23

    IV. Inventory Pg. 28

    V. Property Plant & Equipment Pg. 52

    VI. Investments Pg. 74

    VII. Intangible assets Pg.125

    VIII. Long-term Debt Pg.133

    IX. Equity Pg.156

    X. Revenue Recognition Pg.179

    XI. Costs and Expenses Pg.191

    XII. Compensation and Benefits Pg.198

    XIII. Post-Employment Benefits Pg.201

    XIV. Stock compensation Pg.208

    XV. Income Taxes Pg.213

    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING III (RECOGNITION, VALUATION, & MEASUREMENT)

    I. Accounting Changes Pg.2

    II. Business combinations Pg.8

    III. Consolidations Pg.23

    IV. Contingencies Pg. 60

    V. Earnings Per Share (EPS) Pg. 64

    VII. Extraordinary Items & Discontinued Operations Pg.78

    VIII. Fair Value (FV) Pg.88

    IX. Derivatives & Hedging Pg.104

    X. Foreign Currency Pg.111

    XI. Asset Impairment Pg.123

    XII. Interim Financial Reporting Pg.133

    XIII. Leases Pg.138

    XIV. Liability Vs. Equity Pg.153

    XV. Non-monetary Transactions Pg.157

    XVI. Related-Party Transactions Pg.162

    XVII. Research & Design (R&D) Pg.166

    XVIII. Risk and Uncertainty Pg.173

    XIX. Segment Reporting Pg.179

    XX. Software Pg.187

    XXI. Subsequent Events Pg.191

    XXII.Servicing of Financial Assets Pg.195

    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING IV (GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING)

    I. Governmental Accounting Concepts Pg.2

    II. Governmental Financial Reporting Pg.49

    III. Recognition & Presentation Pg.74

    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING V (NON-FOR-PROFIT)

    I. Governmental NFP Pg.2

    II. Non-governmental NFP Pg.16

    III. NFP Financial Statements Pg.19

    IV. NFP Recognition & Measurement Pg.24

    AUD - PASS

    FAR - PASS

    REG - PASS

    BEC - PASS

    #662170
    Lidis
    Participant

    AUDIT BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS

    BOOK ONE

    Engagement Acceptance

    I. Nature & Scope of Engagement Pg 3

    II. Other Planning Matters Pg 18

    BOOK TWO

    Understanding the entity and Its environment, including internal control

    I. Materiality Pg 1

    II. Audit Risk Pg 5

    III. Fraud Pg 15

    IV. Risk Assessment Procedure Pg 29

    V. The Business Environment Pg 37

    VI. Internal Control Pg 42

    VII. Risk of Material Misstatements Pg 68

    VIII. Significant of Audit Risk Pg 74

    BOOK THREE

    Auditing Procedures Samples and Evidence

    I. Response to Risk Pg 1

    II. Audit Procedures Pg 12

    III. Audit Sampling Pg 26

    IV. Analytical Procedures Pg 53

    BOOK FOUR

    Evaluating Audit Results

    I. Reviewing Auditing Results Pg 1

    II. Audit Reports Pg 23

    BOOK FIVE

    Accounting & Review Engagements

    I. Engagement Planning Pg 1

    II. Evidence & Documentation Pg17

    III. Communications Pg 38

    BOOK SIX

    Professional Responsibilities

    I. Code of Professional Conduct Pg 1

    II. The PCAOB Pg 16

    III. Government Accountability Office Pg 40

    IV. Department of Labor Pg 47

    V. International Ethics Pg 51

    VI. Other Professional Responsibilities Pg 56

    BOOK SEVEN

    International Auditing

    I. International Auditing Pg 1

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