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

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Wiley, Nov 28, 2006 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
PRAISE FOR Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses: Leveraging Compliance for Maximum Advantage

"One of the major reasons small businesses fail is the lack of internal controls. Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses is an easy-to-follow book that I would recommend to any small business owner serious about the success of their business."
—Scott Hauge, President, Small Business California

Five ways Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses will help your small business make the most from the SOX Act:

  • It will position your small business to increase sales
  • It will help you reduce your overhead costs
  • It will strengthen your small business's internal controls
  • It will position your business to obtain insurance coverage at a more competitive premium
  • Risk management expert Dr. Peggy Jackson makes SOX compliance easy and understandable with a blueprint model and practical tools to help you leverage SOX compliance for your maximum advantage

If you want to accomplish all of these goals, Sarbanes-Oxley for Small Businesses will show you how to apply the SOX Act's requirements and best practices to give your small business sustained growth and a competitive edge.

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PEGGY M. JACKSON, DPA, CPCU, is a founding partner of the Fogarty, Jackson& Associates Consulting group, which provides consulting services in the areas of risk management, business continuity planning, injury and illness prevention programs, and distance education and training. She is also a Principal with Adjunct LLC in San Francisco, California. Dr. Jackson has coauthored five books on risk management in nonprofit organizations. She is a nationally recognized lecturer in risk management, business continuity planning, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for nonprofits.

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