Audited Financial Statement – These are prepared by an independent auditor. The auditor examines the company’s internal controls and financial records to check the accuracy. The auditor vouches for the accuracy of the disclosures and financial statements. An audited financial statement is considered as the prerequisite for companies looking for the most surety bond capacity. It is the most accurate way to determine a companies financial statements.
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