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Remediation Center: Tying SOX Compliance to Compensation

Barken Lee | April 15, 2008


At the request of subscribers, Compliance Week offers a Remediation Center, in which readers can submit questions—anonymously—to securities and accounting experts. Compliance Week's editors will review all questions and then submit them—confidentially, of course—to specialists who can address the issues. The questions and responses will then be reprinted in a future edition of Compliance Week. Below is one of the Q&As; ask your own questions by clicking here.

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A business unit has tied individual performance goals for its division controllers to zero deficiencies for the annual SOX testing; failure to meet performance goals may result in a reduced salary increase for the next year. I see this as an indirect... To get the full story, subscribe now.