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Explain the effect that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), will have on audits of publicly traded companies.
(TCO C) According to PCAOB standards, the nature and extent of required planning activities for an issuer audit are influenced by all of the following factors, except for:
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Reg A+ Tier 1 -Raise around $20M within a 12 month period -No greater than $6M might be offered available for sale from affiliate security holders -Affiliates are also precluded from selling more than 30% of internal shares in the Reg A+ offering -Requires Form 1-A registration statement together with the SEC -Non-affiliates sell their shares after one full year under SEC Rule 144 -Company must take part in the expertise of an SEC registered Transfer Agent -Available to C-corps, S-corps and Limited Liability Companies (including REITs) with organized businesses in the United States and Canada -Requires PCAOB or GAAP audited fiscal reports for that previous two years -Requires adherence to imply BlueSky laws -Allows solicitation to and investment from both accredited and non-accredited investors Reg A+ Tier 2 -Raise up to $50M inside a 12 month period -No more than $12M might be offered available for sale from affiliate security holders -Affiliates will also be precluded from selling a lot more than 30% of internal shares from the Reg A+ offering -Requires Form 1-A registration statement using the SEC -Non-affiliates are available their shares after twelve months under SEC Rule 144 -Company must take part in the services of an SEC registered Transfer Agent