Financial statements are meant to enable the reader to evaluate the performance of an enterprise, analyze its cash flows, and assess its financial position. Recently, widely publicized cases of misleading statements, which were nevertheless attested as to their fairness by outside auditors, resulted in improper revenue recognition, overstatement of income, and misrepresentation of financial position. There is a growing awareness of the importance of honest reporting as the foundation for investors' confidence in the integrity and proper functioning of the financial markets.
Division: Accounting

Spring 2024

B9030 - 001