un·​au·​dit·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈȯ-də-təd How to pronounce unaudited (audio) \

Definition of unaudited

of financial records
: not examined or verified : not audited unaudited financial statements

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The report relied on unaudited debt figures submitted by 892 cities, counties, school districts and other public entities around the state. Russ Wiles, azcentral, "See where taxpayers are on the hook for the most debt in Arizona," 24 June 2018 For the year ended June 30, Centegra reported an operating loss of $62.3 million, according to an unaudited financial statement. Lisa Schencker, chicagotribune.com, "Northwestern, Centegra win approval for health systems' merger," 12 June 2018 According to Xerox, the transaction’s terms stipulated that if the losses far exceeded those in the unaudited statements, Xerox could cancel the merger. Shawn Tully, Fortune, "Paper Jam! How Carl Icahn And a Billionaire Partner Blocked Xerox’s Merger with Fujifilm," 21 May 2018 The Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System was close behind, at 15.1 percent (unaudited). Joseph N. Distefano, Philly.com, "Pension wars: High-fee plans beat index funds in 2017," 7 Mar. 2018 In conjunction with the announcement, Remington disclosed unaudited and preliminary 2017 data that showed the company as of December had net revenue of $603.4 million, down from $865.1 million the previous year. Kevin Mccoy, USA TODAY, "Remington bankruptcy plan is new wound for 'America's Oldest Gunmaker'," 13 Feb. 2018 The county hospital system saw its operating income skyrocket 381 percent from the previous year to $42 million in 2017, while its revenue increased 8 percent to nearly $1.1 billion, according to unaudited financial results. Ginger Christ, cleveland.com, "HealthSpan integration, community expansion help drive MetroHealth's strong 2017," 20 Feb. 2018 According to its unaudited financial statement, KPFA took in $3,337,510 in income against operating expenses of $2,964,973 in 2016, the most recent year available. Sam Whiting, San Francisco Chronicle, "Berkeley’s free-form, leftist KPFA on the brink again — and this time could be final," 4 Jan. 2018 The fact that sheriffs’ offices are handling large, unaudited sums of money has drawn the attention of government investigators. Walt Bogdanich And Grace Ashford, New York Times, "An Alabama Sheriff, a Mystery Check and a Blogger Who Cried Foul," 14 Dec. 2017

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1812, in the meaning defined above

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