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LJB Company: Internal Controls LJB Company: Internal Controls Contents Introduction 3 Internal Control Requirements 2 Strengths and Recommendations 2 Violations 3 Conclusion 4 Works Cited 4 Introduction LJB Company has asked the accounting firm to evaluate their system of internal controls because of the plan to go public in the near future. The president wants to be aware of any new regulations required of his company if they go public. The current system of internal controls...

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LBJ company

Case Study 2 Internal Control of Ljb Company |Case study : 2 | |Internal Control Evaluation | |LJB Company | | | To whom to be submitted: Prof. Kim Chung By whom to be submitted: Md.Tanvir Apon Submission Date: 02/09/2014 Table of Contents |S/L. |Description |Page No. | |1. |Preface |3 | |2. |LGB Company: Internal Control Evaluation |4-6 | |3. |References |7 | ...

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Auditing a Publicly Traded Company

Auditing a Publicly Traded Company Share-based compensation are avenues used to give employees equity rights into a company. There are two types: stock options and restricted stock. The reasoning for employees to have share-based benefits, according to Basu (2014), “is that if they all have a stake in the value of the company's shares, they may try harder to drive sales, profits and other financial metrics that investors and research analysts look for in stocks” (para. 1). One of the main disadvantages...

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Internal Controls Within LJB Company

All publicly trader companies in the USA are required to maintain and have an up to date system of internal controls. Since the LJB Company is wishing to become a public entity, I am glad to be able to assist in this action. First, the rules and regulations must be reviewed and compared to the company and how it can become public. To make the company attractive to buyers, investors, and other capital sources, it is crucial that the corporate organization and governance are well manifested. Corporate...

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4 Reasons Chinese Companies Ipo in America

4 Reasons Chinese Companies IPO in America Why do so many good Chinese companies go public in foreign markets rather than let domestic investors share in the profits of growth? Chinese investors often complain about why would “good companies”, like Tencent (0700.HK), Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) and Sina (NASDAQ: SINA), choose to list in the US and Hong Kong instead of on the Chinese A-shares market. There are four main reasons: 1. If a ‘Chinese’ company takes foreign investment using a VIE structure...

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Sarbanes Oxley Act

S. public company boards, management, and public accounting firms. It is also known as the “Public Company Accounting Reform and the Investor Protection Act of 2002. It was created by Senator Paul Sarbanes (D-Maryland) and US Congressman Michael Oxley (R-Ohio) and was signed into law on July 30th 2002. This has been the most dynamic securities legislations since the creation of the SEC in 1933 and 1934. The purpose of SOX is to establish new or enhanced standards for U.S. public company boards...

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Week 1 Homework Solutions

2-7 The PCAOB has responsibility for establishing auditing standards for public companies, while the Auditing Standards Board (ASB) of the AICPA establishes auditing standards for private companies. The ASB previously had responsibility for establishing auditing standards for both public and private companies. Existing auditing standards were adopted by the PCAOB as interim auditing standards for public company audits. 2-10 For the most part, generally accepted auditing standards are general rather...

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Case Study 2 – Internal Control

Control TO: LJB Company President FROM: Accounting Firm DATE: August 12, 2012 SUBJECT: Internal Control It is with great pleasure that we can provide you information and advisement on internal controls that will assist LJB Company with going public. We understand that you have communicated your concerns and expect that this report will assist you with deriving conclusions. This report will: 1. Inform you of any new internal control requirements in reference to going public. 2. Advise and...

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The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

of the companies businesses and operations. The profile has been compiled by Global Data to bring to you a clear and an unbiased view of the companies key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats. The profile helps you formulate strategies that augment your business by enabling you to understand your partners, customers and competitors better. The profile contains critical company information including Business description A detailed description of the companys operations...

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A Critical Appraisal of Strategic Action Plans

of the company he founded nearly 30 years ago. On Friday, however, Mr. Dell laid out in an eight-page presentation to investors why he believes his company needs time away from the scrutiny of public shareholders to push through a corporate turnaround that so far has found a rough road. "As a public company, we must take a more cautious approach to our transformation, because we must consider how our stock price will react to the steps we take and what effect that will have on the company and on...

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