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Question: What is the full form of SOX in accounts?

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Question: What is the full form of SOX in accounts?

Sarbanes Oxley Source:

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Sarbanes Oxley act.Otherwise known as Public companies accounting reforms and investor protection act. It was enacted in 2002 in USA after lot of scams arosen on accounting framework whereby investors lose faith and confidence on accounting disclosures. Source:

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