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Ch 10: Implications of Delivering Audit Services to Citizens

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Let us help you learn about the implications of delivering audit services to citizens. Video lessons and multiple-choice quizzes are some of the tools you will use to help you study the information in this chapter.

Implications of Delivering Audit Services to Citizens - Chapter Summary

You'll learn about different implications of delivering audit services as you work your way through the lessons in this chapter. Topics such as public assistance programs and information privacy will be explored here. These lessons include the following topics:

  • Influence of the 5th and 14th Amendments
  • How society views the right of privacy
  • Information privacy and laws
  • Taxation system that charges taxpayers for services
  • Social insurance programs
  • Types of public assistance programs
  • How different branches of government work with regional governments
  • Conflicting missions impact on auditing services

The lessons in this chapter will help you learn more about the topics that have been identified above. After you look over the lessons, you have the opportunity to test your knowledge with the self-assessing quizzes. The immediate feedback you get from the quizzes will be helpful to you as it will point out your strengths and weaknesses. The timeline feature associated with the video lessons will allow you to jump around to certain parts of the areas that you need to focus harder on before moving forward.

7 Lessons in Chapter 10: Implications of Delivering Audit Services to Citizens
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Due Process & Taking the Fifth & Fourteenth Amendments

1. Due Process & Taking the Fifth & Fourteenth Amendments

There are only two amendments that stand for the same rights: the 5th Amendment and 14th Amendment. In this lesson, we will learn how both amendments speak to the rights of life, liberty and property with government protection and due process.

The Right to Privacy: Definition & Examples

2. The Right to Privacy: Definition & Examples

In this lesson, we will learn about the right of privacy. We will take a closer look at the right, what it includes and what it means to society today.

Information Privacy: Laws & Examples

3. Information Privacy: Laws & Examples

Information privacy is the protection of a customers or individuals personal information. In the lesson you will learn about information privacy, laws, examples followed by a quiz.

Ability-to-Pay Principle of Taxation: Theory & Analysis

4. Ability-to-Pay Principle of Taxation: Theory & Analysis

Governments impose taxes to pay for their operations and state services. But how do governments decide how to use a system of taxation to charge taxpayers for those services? One of the most common theories of how people should pay taxes is the ability-to-pay theory of taxation.

Social Insurance Programs: Definition, Types & Examples

5. Social Insurance Programs: Definition, Types & Examples

Social insurance programs constitute the largest expenditure in the federal budget. In this lesson, you'll learn about social insurance, and we'll also take a look at the major federal social insurance programs. A short quiz follows the lesson.

Public Assistance Programs: Origins, Development, Types & Examples

6. Public Assistance Programs: Origins, Development, Types & Examples

Poverty is still a serious problem in the United States and would be even more so but for various federal and state public assistance programs. In this lesson, you'll learn about what a public assistance program is and types of programs.

National Government: Definition, Responsibilities & Powers

7. National Government: Definition, Responsibilities & Powers

Learn about the two basics types of national government, and see how each works with regional governments. When you're finished, take the quiz to see what you've learned.

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