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The auditors may decide to confirm accounts payable on an audit engagement. Describe two reasons why the confirmation of accounts payable is not a genreally accepted auditing procedure, describe the audit crcumstances in which the auditors are likely to decide to confirm accounts payble, describe the types of accounts payable the auditors are likely to select for confirmation?

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