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The accounting scandals of the early 2000s led many people to question the legitimacy of: (Points : 5) a. ratio analysis as a means of evaluating the performance of a firm. b. relying on the recommendations of tax accountants to find ways of reducing the taxes owed by business organizations. c. publishing financial information about a firm on the Internet. d. allowing an accounting firm to do both consulting and auditing work for the same company.
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User: The accounting scandals of the early 2000s led many people to question the legitimacy of: (Points : 5) a. ratio analysis as a means of evaluating the performance of a firm. b. relying on the recommendations of tax accountants to find ways of reducing the taxes owed by business organizations. c. publishing financial information about a firm on the Internet. d. allowing an accounting firm to do both consulting and auditing work for the same company.





Weegy: The accounting scandals of the early 2000s led many people to question the legitimacy of: d. allowing an accounting firm to do both consulting and auditing work for the same company.
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User: Stockholders of the Sasha Deal Company are concerned about irregularities in the firm's accounting system. One approach to identify problems in the records of the company would be to have a(n) ________ performed. (Points : 5) a internal audit b independent audit c certified audit d GAAP analysis

Weegy: Stockholders of the Sasha Deal Company are concerned about irregularities in the firm's accounting system. One approach to identify problems in the records of the company would be to have an independent audit performed. b. independent audit.
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