Do You Know Where Your Financial Assets Are? Most fixed asset records are likely to be wrong, according to this valuation expert. Companies, however, must focus on this traditionally low-priority area because auditors -- Mindful of how asset values at Health South and WorldCom were deliberately overstated and in light of SOX requirements -- Certainly will.
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