Category: Audit & Assurance

Understanding Internal Control Over Financial Reporting

Internal Control over Financial Reporting (ICFR) has been required for public companies and included as…

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SEC Proposes Changes to Ease Small Company Internal Audit Requirements
SEC Proposes Changes to Ease Small Company Internal Audit Requirements

The SEC's proposed changes would reduce the number of companies required to complete an outside…

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What to Expect During a First-Time Plan Audit

Growing beyond 100 employees is an important landmark in a company’s history. While companies may…

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Are You Prepared for an IRS Audit?

The Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS’s) Employee Benefit Audit Program is used to audit and enforce.…

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New SOC 2 Changes Address IT Risks, Governance

As business risks become more complex, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) has…

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Preparing to Go Public? Address SOX Compliance Early

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, commonly referred to as SOX, requires public companies to report…

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The Case for Cybersecurity

A click of a hyperlink. An opened attachment. A “confirm transfer” button. Click. Open. Send.…

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Non-GAAP Measures – A Roadmap for Audit Committees

A new tool issued by the Center for Audit Quality examines key themes emerging from…

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Preparing for a First-Time 401k Plan Audit
Preparing for a First-Time 401k Plan Audit

For retirement plan administrators preparing for a first-time audit, much of the process can seem…

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The Nonprofit Case for Internal Controls
The Nonprofit Case for Internal Controls

The core of any organization’s fraud-prevention program is strong internal controls. Yet too many nonprofits…

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