In working toward finalizing a reporting system and rules, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board today pushed back the 2007 deadlines for the first round of annual reports to be filed and registration fee payments by accounting firms. Last May, the audit watchdog proposed that the first annual reports would need to be filed by June 30, 2007, with the first annual fee payment due by July 31, 2007. However, since the board had not finalized its rules and forms for either, it said it would push back both to as-yet-undetermined deadlines. The board said that once the rules become final, it would give registrants enough lead time to comply.
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