Independence and the Users of Closely Held Companies' Financial Statements - The debate over auditor independence usually focuses on large public companies. Given the possibility that the new SEC independence rules may trickle down to smaller companies, one must ask whether the users of closely held companies' financial statements find these rules relevant. A survey of small lending institutions ...
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