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PCAOB sanctions auditors over audit evidence

Accounting Today

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board sanctioned three auditors from Florida accounting firm Liggett & Webb for violations involving audit evidence, professional skepticism, and other matters.

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Two-thirds of businesses say audits hinder growth

Accounting Today

Traditional audits may hinder business growth potential as accounting firms are slow to embrace modern approaches, according to an Inflo report.

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Internal audit leaders hunt for student talent

Accounting Today

Internal audit hiring manager are looking for recent college grads who have learned about accounting and auditing, but also technology like data analytics.

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IRS tax audits may show unintended racial, ethnic bias

Accounting Today

The Internal Revenue Service doesn't collect data on taxpayers' race or ethnicity, but some of its methods could lead to disparities in its audit rate.

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Virtual Cards — Everything You Need to Know

Speaker: Eoin Hession, Controller at Recharge

If you’ve never had the pleasure of creating a virtual card nor enjoyed the benefits of their approval workflows, automatic syncing to the GL, and continuous audit trail, join us to get up to speed on this increasingly mainstream payment innovation. This webinar will answer the following questions: What is a virtual card?

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Audit committees set priorities

Accounting Today

A majority of audit committee members are eyeing cybersecurity as a top priority in the next 12 months, followed by enterprise risk management and talent.

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Internal audit profession growing in America

Accounting Today

The internal audit function is gaining more people and funding, according to a new survey released Monday during an Institute of Internal Auditors conference in Las Vegas.

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