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An auditing audit

14 August 2013 By Daniel Indiviglio

For the first time in 70 years, the pass-fail method of scrutinizing U.S. corporate books is being updated. A new plan requires disclosure of “critical matters” that arise during an audit. It’s a subjective standard that also risks further entrenching the bean-counter oligopoly.

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