Let’s face it, dealing with internal controls from time to time can be a headache and can certainly get out of hand. The power of an organized internal control structure yields a plethora of benefits in terms of cost efficiency, reduced workload, fewer headaches, and happier employees – You know what they say, Organized People Play™.
Tags: Internal Controls, segregation of duties, control reduction, SOX, auditing standards, audit costs, Controls Testing, SOX Compliance Made Simple, internal audit, Process Improvement, software, sox compliance, internal control, Sarbanes-Oxley, Vibato, audit scope, internal control tips
There are 17 Principles discussed in the new COSO 2013 guidance that every public company must demonstrate compliance with by 12/15/2014.
Tags: Internal Controls, Sarbanes-Oxley Articles & Information, segregation of duties, risk assessment, Announcements, SOX, external audit, SOX Compliance Made Simple, White Collar Fraud, Bay Area Accounting Professionals Mixer, Sarbanes-Oxley Training, internal control, risk management, Sarbanes-Oxley, external auditing, Internal Control Education, internal control tips, Sarbanes-Oxley for Non-Profits, corporate governance
1. Cover Up
2. Write Off
4. Failed investment
5. Nobody will find out
6. Grey area
7. They owe it to me
8. Do not volunteer information
9. Not ethical
10. Off the books
Check out more at: http://tinyurl.com/az78o8g
- Five years elapse from the IPO date
- Company produces more than 1 billion in gross revenue
- Company issues more than 1 billion in non-convertible debt within a 3-year period
- Company reaches accelerated-filer status (>$700MM public market float)
9 Ways to Spot Potential Fraud on your Health Care Bill
2 Minute Vlog Accounting Tip of the Day: Month-End Close Checklists
In less than 2 minutes, learn how and why you should create a period-end close checklist for your organization. Brought to you by Vibato, LLC; simply the best in compliance services.
Mitt Romney is suggesting that investors rely on Corporate America to 'do the right thing' and not steal, overstate earnings, lie to line their own pockets, etc. even though this thinking has been proven inaccurate over-and-over again.