Financial Reporting - HAZY REPORTING - Earnings releases containing non-GAAP, pro forma numbers that are incomplete or misleading can create inconsistencies with companies' financial statements and confusion for investors. Corporate CPAs who prepare numbers for earnings releases and external auditors, when asked to review them for their clients, can ensure that reporting remains consistent with or ...
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|Contributors:||Phillips Jr, Thomas J.; Luehlfing, Michael S.; Vallario, Cynthia Walter|
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