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According to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the responsibility for issuing a report on a company's internal controls over financial reporting rests with:

A.) both the company and its independent auditor.

B.) the company.

C.) the independent auditor.

D.) neither the company nor its independent auditor.

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