(from Accountancy Today) Nearly two-thirds of corporate controllers feel pressure to “cook the books,” according to a new international survey. Only 36 percent of the controllers surveyed said they have never felt such pressure. Among those who had, 10 percent reported this is a regular part of their job. For 32 percent such pressure is an exception. The remaining 22 percent indicated they are in a position where there is never direct pressure that they might be able to respond to head on, but instead there are unspoken expectations about a desired outcome.
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