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SAS No. 99: Questions for Management

Whether management has knowledge of any fraud that has been perpetrated or any alleged or suspected fraud.

Whether management is aware of allegations of fraud, for example, because of communications from employees, former employees, analysts, short sellers, or other investors.

Management’s understanding about the risks of fraud in the entity, including any specific fraud risks the entity has identified or account balances or classes of transactions for which a risk of fraud may be likely to exist.

Programs and controls the entity has established to mitigate specific fraud risks the entity has identified, or that otherwise help prevent, deter, and detect fraud, and how management monitors those programs and controls.

For an entity with multiple locations, (a) the nature and extent of monitoring of operating locations or business segments, and (b) whether there are particular operating locations or business segments for which a risk of fraud may be more likely to exist.

Whether and how management communicates to employees its views on business practices and ethical behavior.

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