April 2004/Vol. LXXIV, No. 4

In Focus

Evolving Regulations and Oversight in the Public Interest


Is Auditor Independence Really the Solution?

Publisher’s Column

Supply Chain Management

Companies Must Adapt to the Internet to Survive

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Evolution of Corporate Governance

Winning an RFP

Myths About Change

Office of Civil Rights Provides Guidance on HIPAA Privacy Rule

ADR and the Workplace

‘Top 10 Technologies’

Book Review: Internal Control: Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor


Accounting & Auditing

Using Disclaimers in Audit Reports

New Guidance for Compilation and Review Engagements

Federal Taxation
Responsible Person Penalty: A Look at the Elements

Corporate Taxation
More States Challenge Trademark Holding Companies

Personal Financial Planning
Identity Theft: It Can Happen to You

Business Valuation
A New Approach to Uncertainty in Business Valuations

Personal Financial Planning
Life Settlements: An Insurance Planning Tool

Information Security
Online Identity Theft and Business

Career Paths
Promotion to Partner in Big Firms: Truths and Trends

Responsibilities & Leadership
The 150-Hour Requirement and Its Effect on Student Enrollment

Time to Change Introductory Accounting

Protecting Domain Name Assets

What to Bookmark
Website of the Month: American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers

Economic & Market Data
Monthly Update
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