Fewer than one-third of audit committees implement a majority of practices that lead to higher ratings of the financial audit process, according to a report by J.D. Power and Associates.

While audit committees have improved compared to 2003, significant challenges remain, according to the 2004 Audit Committee Best Practices Report, based on interviews with 1,007 audit committee chairs and 944 chief financial officers.

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