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Numbers Don’t Lie, Until They Do

 

For many years, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has required the CFO of a public company to certify the accuracy of the organization’s financial statement, providing confidence to investors in the report’s quality. This much-valued guarantee of corporate responsibility testifies to the robustness of the company’s internal control structure and systems. However, recent research by BlackLine revealed a surprising lack of confidence within finance departments in the numbers being reported. Read more at CFO.com.