Via Going Concern: Mike Oxley Pushing the Sarbanes-Oxley for Non-Profits



I don't have to tell you how I feel about Sarbanes-Oxley, you should already know. Not surprisingly, Mike Oxley thinks it's awesome. So awesome, in fact, he'd love to see non-profits adopt some of the legislation that shares his name.

GC:

If you’re a non-profit leader and free on April 12th, why not head to Washington and listen to Mike Oxley (yes, that Oxley, without whom SOX would still be the property of a certain Chicago baseball team and not the bane of accounting’s existence) speak about transparency and accountability for non-profits?

The ironic part, of course, is that non-profits don’t really have to suffer with the legislation named after Oxley but he’d like to see a little more, well, Oxley in NFP, even if it isn’t necessarily required by law.

Read the rest at Going Concern.

Jr Deputy Accountant

Some say he’s half man half fish, others say he’s more of a seventy/thirty split. Either way he’s a fishy bastard.

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