WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau received a clean bill of health from the Government Accountability Office in its first annual report of the bureau's finances.

The report, released Tuesday, found that the bureau's financial statements were "fairly presented in all material respects" and that CFPB "had effective internal control over financial reporting" as of Sept. 30. It also found "no reportable instances of noncompliance" with the laws and regulations tested.

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