An advisory panel to the Securities and Exchange Commission may officially asked the agency to exempt businesses with less than $125 million in revenues from the internal control provisions laid out in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
The recommendation will be soon be put to a vote before the entire Advisory Committee on Smaller Public Companies.
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