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Act changes rules for finance, auditing

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Signed into law in 2002 after a series of corporate accounting scandals, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was designed to restore faith in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.

This article, written and published by Board Source and Independent Sector, explains the new governance standards set forth in the act and offers advice on how to ensure financial statements are thorough and accurate.

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