Impact on the accounting profession
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Create a post (250 words minimum) relating the researched information to the material presented in the chapter. You must have at least one non-textbook reference. Be sure to use APA format for all references. Refer to the "What is expected of online discussions?" section for expected criteria and grading rubrics.

1. List three key provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Order your list from most important to least important in terms of the likely long-term impact on the accounting profession and financial reporting.

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