The “Rep” Letter: the Biggest Little Three-Letter Word in Your Annual Audit

Before the accountant completes the annual audit of your co-op’s or condo’s financial records, the board and the managing agent will be asked to sign a letter acknowledging that they, not the accountant, have primary responsibility for the financial statements and that to the best of their knowledge the statements are correct.   Read the article………….


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