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The auditor should prepare and maintain working papers, the form and content of which should be designed to meet the circumstances of a particular engagement. The information contained in working papers constitutes the principal record of the work that the auditor has done and the conclusions that he has reached concerning significant matters.
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Auditing -- Standards -- United States; Auditing -- Documentation -- Standards -- United States
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American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Auditing Standards Board, "Working papers" (1982). Statements on Accounting Standards. 41.