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Synonyms for attest

Synonyms for attest

to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

to give evidence or testimony under oath

Synonyms for attest

authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity

give testimony in a court of law

establish or verify the usage of

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Paragraph .03 of the "Client Affiliates" interpretation (ET [section]1.224.010) in the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct (the Code) also requires a member to work diligendy to identify which entities are affiliates of a financial statement attest client.
Public School, Attock Cantt, to get a form attested for admission for the annual examination of the Lahore board.
So basically HEC clarification means its Peshawar official was so visionary that in 2015 he could see what HEC would decide in 2018 so he had decided to attest DG's degree three years ahead of the policy decision.
After defeats over hurdles at Ffos Las, Doncaster and Newbury, Attest got off the mark at the fourth attempt at Stratford in March.
NADRA officials, even after examining each and every original document, hand over a form to get them attested by a government officer.
GADs attest certificates only after proper verifications, so those certificates will not be a fake one and the embassy officials here can attest it here confidently," the lawyer said.
Cbiz said the addition will not have a significant impact on its 2011 earnings.Country: USA, Sector: Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: Thompson Dunavant's non-attest business, Thompson Dunavant's attest operationsBuyer: Cbiz Inc, Mayer Hoffman McCann PCVendor: Thompson Dunavant PlcType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
To answer some of these concerns, we should first look at a definition of "certification." Literally, it means "to make certain, to attest to one's competency in any occupation." When it has been attested to, and when enough of us have achieved certification, then, and only then, can we regard ourselves as recognized professionals.
They sit through required ethics courses every couple of years, but often feel that the material on independence and objectivity applies only to attest engagements, not to income tax returns.
Also, Section 404 requires that the auditor attest to management's assessment of the effectiveness of internal controls.
His ceaseless mental excavations attest to the universally hybrid and media-saturated world that complicates self-determination.
Attest Systems, Inc, Novato, Calif., a leader in providing IT asset management tools to companies worldwide, has announced that it's Software Identification Database (SID) now exceeds more than 25,000 individual applications from over 2,700 publishers worldwide making GASP(R) software the most complete and accurate PC software management tool available today.
The plays' interest in dominating and sometimes raging women - Althaea, Dido, Phaedra - has occasioned some speculation on Gager as a misogynist, especially since some of his notebook poetry seems to attest to Platonic homosexuality (I.xvii), but the evidence is contradictory and complex.
Rather than waiting months for a Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) inspector to arrive, the owner can now hire a licensed architect or engineer to attest to the true conditions.
No word in the accountant's lexicon generates more confusion than the word "attest." Accounting literature is sprinkled with words and terms like "attest" and its variants "attesting" and "attestation," "attest engagement" and "attestation standards." Just what do these terms mean and how are they defined in accounting doctrine and by state accountancy boards?