Navigating Sarbanes-Oxley Waters Alone Is Too Risky Many public companies–from Fortune 500 to relatively small enterprises–are using outside firms to assist them in complying with the rigorous requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

Given the Act’s penalties for executives who don’t comply–including multimillion-dollar fines and possible prison terms–it’s just too risky to go it alone, say professionals who have studied the law’s intricacies.

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