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Keeping Up with Revenue Recognition Oversight and the Coming Changes

View/Download the Entire Newsletter (PDF) »   Revenue recognition continues to be under the microscope as regulators step up their scrutiny of financial statements. At the same time, businesses, accounting firms and consulting advisors are working to understand the full impact of the coming converged standards. Wise companies will walk parallel paths – one to […]

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Getting the Most From Non-Audit Professional Services

View/Download the Entire Newsletter (PDF) »   As regulatory oversight increases,audit firms are expecting clientsto expand their pre-audit preparation efforts. For the best return on investment, companies will use non-audit professional services wisely to solve pre-audit workload issues and to achieve long-term organizational improvements. While the economy continues a slow but steady improvement, our industry

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Winning the Internal Audit Trifecta: Independence. Objectivity. Value-Add

View/Download the Entire Newsletter (PDF) »   The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has transformed how companies conduct business. Companies can benefit from considering the effects of SOA on their internal audit function. Some of my recent engagements have me thinking about the different ways internal audit functions interact with the rest of their organizations or more precisely,

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The PCAOB’s New Oversight Proposals: Using Restrictions to Restructure Relationships

View/Download the Entire Newsletter (PDF) »   With the recent comments from the PCAOB regarding audit quality and auditor independence, there’s widespread concern about how increased oversight will affect both public and private companies. A careful analysis reveals that the PCAOB’s proposed changes can lead to streamlined processes, reduced risks, fewer surprises and improved relationships

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