Small credit unions claim that a proposal to require expanded audits of their financial statements will cost them more money without benefiting the public.

The Nov. 2 proposal from the National Credit Union Association would require credit unions to report on internal control problems or illegal acts discovered in an audit of their financial statements by either their own supervisory committee or an independent auditor.

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