In the relatively rare case when a predecessor
auditor agrees to issue a new report on the restated financial statements of a non-SEC issuer, including a not-for-profit or governmental entity, the successor's report should make no reference to the predecessor
's audit of the restatement adjustment/s (AU-C section 700.
com/story/money/business/2013/07/15/twinkies-release-smaller/2517709/) The Associated Press looked at the boxes of the new Twinkies, already on shelves at Wal-Mart and scheduled for a national rollout on July 15, and discovered the cakes are smaller than their predecessors
Similarly, his predecessor
, Qazi Ilyas has been directed to report in the Irrigation department.
Wages paid, or considered as having been paid, by a predecessor
to an employee are, for purposes of the annual wage base, treated as having been paid to an employee by a successor if:
There''s little it can do that its predecessor
can''t, though - the cameras being the main difference.
The French firm says that the new Laguna will improve its residual values by about seven per cent over its predecessor
and will be 1.
As is ever the case with new vehicles, the '07 is dimensionally larger than its predecessor
in all parameters but one.
After visiting the various shrines so dear to his predecessor
, on his last day, Sunday, May 28, Benedict visited the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz.
The Journal and its predecessor
Canadian Churchman, have always played a special role in the life of the church, for it is through the Letters page that the people in the pews have carried on the debate about controversial issues," wrote Carolyn Purden, Journal editor from 1991 to 1995, in the book's foreword.
Yet the fuel consumption of the new model is lower than that of its predecessor
, despite an increase of 50 hp.
Heffalump'' itself isn't as charming as its predecessor
, ``Piglet's Big Movie,'' mostly because soundtrack contributor Carly Simon's role has been reduced to a mere four contributions (and only three featuring her vocals).
74, footnote 29), as amended, which states that a successor auditor may name the predecessor
auditor if the predecessor
auditor's practice was acquired by, or merged with, that of the successor auditor.