Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses: Leveraging Compliance for Maximum Advantage

by Peggy M. Jackson

To small business owners, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) might seem an overwhelming regulatory burden that should be reserved for Fortune 500 companies. However, in spite of the countless problems you deal with as a small business owner on a daily basis, you need to understand how SOX legislation can affect--and benefit--your company. Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses shows how small business owners can tame this giant legislation's requirements and best practices to your business's advantage--and save money, lower overhead costs, and improve sales.

While most of today's literature on SOX is relevant for large, publicly traded firms, this timely book addresses the frequently overlooked small business with tips on strengthening your business's internal controls, organizing its documents, and encouraging early reporting of waste, fraud, and abuse. Risk management specialist Peggy Jackson arms you with a blueprint model to streamline the implementation of these requirements and best practices, providing you with the guidance you need to comply with this law and maintain your business's credibility.

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