by George G. Jones and Mark A. Luscombe
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 imposed a number of restrictions on the non-auditing services that an auditor can perform while auditing a public company, and the Securities and Exchange Commission has recently approved regulations to guide auditing firms and public companies in complying with the requirements of the act.
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