Sarbanes Oxley

The landmark Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 established financial and internal control regulations for public companies with the intention of minimizing the chances of another Enron or WorldCom type scandal. While intended for public companies, time has shown that many of the provisions reach to private companies and non-profit organizations as well.

While intended for public companies, time has shown that many of the provisions reach to private companies and non-profit organizations as well. If you own a private company or manage a non-profit contact us for information on Sarbanes-Oxley and it’s impact on your operations.

Sarbanes Oxley

Dan Predovich

Remax NYSE