The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board will meet prior to the Thanksgiving holiday in order to address a number of items.

The PCAOB is scheduled to adopt its budget for the 2006 fiscal year, which must be submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission for approval. The board's budget is defined under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and the registration fees collected from accounting firms for the 2005 fiscal year form the basis for the board's 2006 assessment of accounting support fees on public companies.

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