Financial Reporting of Environmental Liabilities and Risks after Sarbanes-Oxley
John Wiley & Sons, 2005 M10 13 - 384 páginas
Financial Reporting of Environmental Liabilities and Risks is a complete guide to developing the underlying business systems to successfully report environmental matters in audited financial statements and reports filed with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). It sets forth relevant reporting and internal control standards and discusses important issues affecting reporting entities, accountants, lawyers, and environmental professionals.
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