tolerable rate

1. In external auditing, the extent to which the *misstatement of an accounting balance does not *materially misstate *financial statements. Assessments of tolerable rates are a fundamental aspect of *audit risk assessment for external auditors. 2. In *budgeting, an acceptable divergence of actual results from budgeted amounts.

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