Net income before taxes at Roger Company is stable, predictable, and representative of its size. Thus, the auditors at Roger Company calculate materiality to be 5 percent of net income before taxes. Net income before taxes at Roger Company for fiscal 2011 is $1,388,500. Determine materiality for the audit of Roger Company’s 2011 financial statements. Use ACL to determine if the reported AR account balance, $487,000, is materially different from the detailed files in Rogers_Company_AR table. Define tolerable misstatement as 60 percent of materiality. What might cause differences between the number reported in the financial statements and the details in the file?