Auditing, an Integrated Approach
This innovative, easy-to-understand best-seller offers complete coverage of the entire audit process, taking the reader step-by-step through each audit cycle, then showing how each step relates to the process as a whole. The text is now completely oriented to non-complex computerized accounting systems rather than manual ones.
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