What is an integrated audit?
An integrated audit is when the audit firm must express an opinion the fair presentation of a company’s financial statements and the design and operating effectiveness of a company’s internal controls.
Rule 404 is commonly associated with an integrated audit as rule 404 relates to an audit over a company’s internal controls. Public companies that are large accelerated filers or accelerated filers are required to perform an integrated audit.
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