Sarbanes-Oxley

Also known as “SOX,” the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was named for two lawmakers who aimed to create new standards for boards, management, and accounting firms of pub- lic companies. The regulations are like “checks and balances” over companies the public can invest in. They are supposed to have your back if you’re an investor.

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