Sterling accountant was 'rubber stamp' for audit
Clifton denies claims; experts say Dixon left vulnerable to theft
DIXON — Sam Card says that CliftonLarsonAllen continued to do an audit for the city, despite guidelines that said they should not.
In an October deposition statement, Card said that he and his mother’s small Sterling accounting office, which became Dixon’s contracted auditor after 2005, did not do its own audit work. It only reviewed and signed off on audit work done by Clifton, which allowed one of the nation’s largest firms to keep its account.
Clifton denies Card’s claim.
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