How the Fair Credit Reporting Act Affects Audits and Other Investigations - The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), as interpreted by the FTC, imposes certain requirements on outside investigators that may hamper their ability to detect criminal conduct by employees. It is unclear when particular audit procedures become subject to the FCRA, leaving auditors and investigators to face unreasonable ...
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The CPA journal. - New York, NY : New York State Soc. of Certified Public Accountants, ISSN 0094-2049, ZDB-ID 8606109. - Vol. 72.2002, 6, p. 44-49
Hillison, William, (1999)
ARTICLES - Assurance Services - SYSTRUST AND THIRD-PARTY RISK - CPAs' third-party legal exposure with the new SysTrust assurance engagement is uncertain but probably will vary from state to state. CPAs who know the legal history in their states can make informed decisions about entering this exciting new field and make themselves as "law-suit proof" as possible
Pacini, Carl, (2000)
Pacini, Carl, (1999)
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