A study of financial restatements by public companies found variations in the amount of time it takes to issue revised financials after companies first identify a problem.
According to a study by Huron Consulting Group of 1,900 restatements announced between August 2004 and December 2006, the average time between the filing of a Form 8-K and the restated financials was seven weeks, while the median was three weeks.
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