MARSHALLING Definition

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MARSHALLING is to make ready for action or use, e.g., the marshalling of resources.

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PAPER is: a. amount received, by a seller of real estate, in the form of a mortgage or note rather than cash; b. a short-term debt security; c. customer buy and sell orders coming to a trading pit; d. money market instruments, commercial paper.

REAUDIT is when an auditor is asked to audit and report on financial statements
that have been previously audited and reported upon.

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