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Special Report: Four Ways to Avoid Audit and Attest Deficiencies

Many avid hikers have learned the hard way that hiking on damp rocks can be dangerous. Experienced hikers learn to take their time on the slippery surfaces and proceed with caution. The same can be true for every audit and attest practice, as there are many slippery surfaces that can have unexpected consequences to your practice if not handled with caution and care.

With busy season here, this special report is designed to point out some of the potential slippery spots that could be lurking on your audit and attest trail and help you navigate around or over them.

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