In This Issue:
- SEC Yet to Release Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act Guidelines
- IRS Crackdown on Contract Workers Has Small Businesses Concerned
- Accelerated Filers Found to be Filing More Restatements
- Class Actions Against Corporate Auditing Firms Spreading Globally
- Corporations Still Using Tax-Exempt Bonds for Projects
- Study Finds Small Businesses Reluctant to Reveal Cyber Attacks
- More Companies Agree to Hold Annual Directors' Elections
- Small Businesses Don't Understand Basic Elements of Health Law
- CEOs Face Repercussions After Complicated IPOs
- Sustaining Family Businesses After Divorce Can Prove Challenging
- Excerpt from SEC Yet to Release Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act Guidelines:
The JOBS Act was supposed to fix many problems by making it possible for small and growing companies to sell up to $1 million in shares in their company to an almostunlimited number of investors without having to go through the expensive SEC registration process. Almost a year later, the SEC has still not released its guidelines.
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Topics: Audits, Board of Directors, CEOs, Class Action, Cyber Attacks, Cybersecurity, Divorce, Family Businesses, Filing Requirements, IPO, IRS, JOBS Act, SEC, Small Business, Tax-Exempt Bonds
Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Securities Updates, Tax Updates
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