A stake auditor called the stake financial clerk yesterday at about 3:30, wanting to schedule an audit of the stake finances for 5:00. I don't know if it actually happened, because I was on my way to the temple when I got the message/invitation from the stake financial clerk. (I am the stake clerk.)
Can a stake audit be performed with only the auditor and the stake financial clerk present?
Does the stake president need to be present?
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There is no need for the stake clerk to be present at all if the stake has a financial clerk. The stake president needs to answer audit questions, review the results of the audit with the auditor, complete the appropriate part of section 3, and sign the audit. If he is not there during the review of records then the auditor can catch him at another time to complete the rest of the audit like answering the first twelve questions, the review, section 3, and signing. There is no requirement for the audit to be completed in one session, but it makes things go faster if it is.
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