Objectivity

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    Shahnaz Parekh
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    3. Question ID: CIA QZP1A.9 (Topic: C. Assess Internal Auditor\’s Objectivity)
    Individual objectivity is vital for internal auditors to conduct their work. Under what situations would objectivity not be perceived impaired?

    A. An internal auditor designs some control procedures for an engagement client.
    B. An internal auditor accepted a sizable gift from a client after the successful completion of an audit.
    C. An internal auditor was given a small token of appreciation from a client after the completion of an audit. correct
    D. An internal auditor audited an area for which they will be responsible for in the near future.

    the correct answer is C however the auditors are not suppose to accept gift before or after the audit (unless its pen, calendar) Can someone please explain me on this i am confused. thank you

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    Shahnaz,

    “Small token of appreciation” is a phrase that would mean something of low value that is more if a symbol or gesture, exactly like the pen or calendar that you listed as examples. These would be considered small tokens of appreciation.

    Kevin

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