State-Local Government Audits - MATERIALITY CONSIDERATIONS - Preparers and auditors of state and local government financial statements need to clearly understand how to assess materiality. Recent SEC and AICPA auditing standards board actions underscore the importance of this topic.
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|Contributors:||Holder, William W.; Schermann, Kenneth R.; Whittington, Ray|
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