ARTICLES - Financial Reporting-Corporate Governance - MANAGEMENT REPORTS ON INTERNAL CONTROLS - Should company management be required to report on internal controls? As participants in the reporting process, CPAs should know the nature and content of these reports and how they are used.
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|Contributors:||Willis, David M.; Lightle, Susan S.|
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