Albany, N.Y. (Aug. 14, 2002) -- For accountants trying to explain to clients how the new corporate accounting reform law does or doesn't affect them, financial marketing communications firm Newkirk has published both print and online summaries of the new rules.
The materials, Corporate Accounting Reform – What It Means to You, summarize provisions of the new law and are designed to help accountants "explain how they can continue to provide a full range of services to their non-publicly traded clients and prospects," according to the company. The legislation signed by President Bush on July 30 placed several restrictions on the auditing services firms can provide to publicly traded companies.
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