FFRsqpilot wrote:It was never our understanding we were to somehow let Salt Lake know that we had cleared exceptions.
FFRsqpilot wrote:Not sure which forum subject to start this in so I will post it here. This last Thursday we had our training for the upcoming audit. We had our Assistant Area Auditor attend as this is the first go around for our new Stake Presidency. It was during the training that I learned we now, once again, have new audit forms. Not sure when the new forms we put into MLS but there was no "head's up" that new audit forms were created.
FFRsqpilot wrote:Did we miss something or is there a directive that someone knows about that requires each stake to send a letter or whatever to Salt Lake detailing how and when we cleared exceptions? And, now that we have been informed - do we need to go back three years of audits and send a letter to Salt Lake letting them know how we cleared exceptions two, three years ago? A directive or letter that we missed perhaps?
simonawright wrote:The only requirement to report the resolution of exceptions, that I have seen, is for the audit committee to report that bold exceptions have been resolved. This is on page 3 of form W4.
lajackson wrote:Another interesting thing I observed in the notice announcing the year-end audit is that future notices will not be sent, because our assistant area auditor will notify us of upcoming audits.
allenjpl wrote:Was this a notice sent to the stakes? Because I don't remember ever getting a message announcing the audits for the ward. The auditor would just give me a call to set up a time, and we'd do it.
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