Following are financial reporting red flags worth consideration
- Complex business arrangements not well understood and appearing to serve little practical purpose.
- Large last-minute transactions that result in significant revenues in quarterly or annual reports.
- Changes in auditors over accounting or auditing disagreements (i.e., the new auditors agree with manage and the old auditors do not).
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