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All of these recoverable light losses had a strong basis for conclusions or remedy, but LDD was the weak link.
The selection and evaluation of less than 100 percent of the population of audit relevance such that the auditor expects the items selected (the sample) to be representative of the population and, thus, likely to provide a reasonable basis for conclusions about the population.
Ultimately, her effort is unsatisfying because her methods and data provide a weak basis for conclusions, and there is far more relevant information on the long-term effects than she acknowledges.
Pink Sheets: AVSC) has no knowledge of the basis for conclusions and recommendations in an analyst report published on October 12, 2009, by Market Timer Analytics, an independent firm with whom AVS has had no communication.
And because the IASC includes only limited reasoning in the published versions of its final standards (unlike the exhaustive basis for conclusions in FASB standards), outsiders have difficulty getting a good understanding of why the IASC reaches its conclusions.
The IASB also amended International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 1, First-time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards, and the Basis for Conclusions on IFRS 6, Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources.
32%-38%--Substantive testing, that is, obtaining and documenting information to form a basis for conclusions (and independently evaluate the client's controls).
A document titled Basis for Conclusions will be available at www.