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Materiality threshold

Materiality threshold is a number used by auditors to describe the likelihood of any material misstatements on financial reporting. It typically ranges between 5% and 10%. It’s calculated by weighing the volume and value of transactions in relation to the total annual revenue of a company. Materiality threshold is sometimes described as “margin for error” on financial reports.     

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