ACCOUNT-LEVEL CONTROL RISK ASSESSMENT: The Risk Assessment Standards require an assessment of internal controls specific to significant accounts and relevant assertions. Relevant assertions are further defined as those assertions that have a meaningful bearing on whether an account is fairly stated. While the standards identify 13 possible assertions, the assertions may be grouped together for assessment purposes to the extent they fall in similar categories. For the purposes of this Toolkit,
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