Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Planning & Compliance Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Planning & Compliance
by Diane E. Ambler, Lorraine Massaro, Kristen L. Stewart


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Only one resource provides practical guidance to help ensure compliance with all Sarbanes-Oxley rules and regulations. Introducing the new Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Planning & Compliance — the first resource providing practical, step-by-step guidance to help you navigate the Sarbanes-Oxley maze and ensure compliance. Written by two well-respected authorities, this unique and invaluable compendium:

  • Fully reflects the current body of SEC rules, regulations and interpretations, PCAOB rules and standards, and Sarbanes-Oxley related court decisions
  • Covers a wide range of compliance-related issues and areas — from SEC disclosure rules and certification of financial documents, to the treatment of pension plans and loans to officers
  • Includes regular updates to keep you current as the regulatory environment continues to expand and evolve
  • Provides exhaustive details on the compliance responsibilities of corporate CEOs, CFOs, directors, audit committees and attorneys

Most importantly, Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Planning & Compliance provides a veritable "blueprint" for an effective corporate compliance program. For each area covered, you'll find a detailed summary of key subject matters to be addressed; step-by-step guidance on practical planning and implementation issues; recommended compliance procedures; and specific compliance actions to be taken by the company and its key officers. You'll also have access to best practices and policies designed to ensure good corporate governance, transparency and accurate financial reporting.

Why settle for "information and explanation" when you can have step-by-step guidance and advice?

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