Keeping your company's accounting straight

Beresford, Dennis R.
September 2003
NACD Directorship;Sep2003, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p8
Presents advice to directors of corporations on the management of financial reporting practices in the U.S. Goals of corporate financial reporting; Importance of determining whether the company's accounting policies comply with government standards; Suggestions on preventing accounting fraud.


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