TALKING WITH THE AUDITOR - SAS no. 85, Management Representations, supersedes SAS no. 19, Client Representations, with new guidance. There are a few new bells and whistles, including many helpful examples. SAS no. 85 also discusses when and how to tailor representation letters.
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