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Write a short note on scope limitations while framing a case.
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Engagements may be limited with regard to their scope, which defines the extent of the analysis. Scope limitations often take the form of assumptions on which the expert relies. Some assumptions are common to most engagements, such as reliance on the client's representations or other third-party data without independent verification. In a fraud investigation, for example, the scope of analysis may be limited to a particular individual, time frame, location, or activity. For business valuations, the lack of available data may require scope limitations.
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Very smart person right there. Thanks for helping me ace my physics class
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