While the pandemic accelerated the use of technology to conduct audits remotely, there are additional considerations and planning that are needed to ensure that an audit engagement is performed properly. A remote audit can be more efficient than a traditional audit.
To conduct an effective remote audit, the auditing team must identify and consider risks related to remote auditing. How do you update audit procedures to address risk assessment and documentation? What is considered electronic audit evidence? How do you have difficult conversations with clients remotely? Attend this webinar to gain answers to these questions and more!
June is a recipient of the Women to Watch Ovation Award from the New Jersey Society of CPAs and recognized two years, back to back, as a member of the NJ BIZ Accounting Power 50. She is the managing member of zbt CPA & Consulting, LLC. With thirty years of experience in accounting and auditing, her practical knowledge is diverse. For audit engagements, she is responsible for the overall development of the approach, management of the engagement team, and client interface. Her expertise includes Single audits and nonprofit engagements as well as attest services for privately-held enterprises including franchises.
June is a peer reviewer under the AICPA’s practice-monitoring standards, and also serves as a member of the NJCPA Peer Review Executive Committee. She often speaks at outside organizations and conducts training seminars for the NJCPA. June is often called upon to consult with firms to improve and enhance their compliance with professional standards.
June earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She is a member of the AICPA and the NJCPA, at which she holds various leadership positions.