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Rutgers–Camden Researchers Say Website Security Leads to More Donations for Nonprofit Organizations

Rutgers–Camden Researchers Say Website Security Leads to More Donations for Nonprofit Organizations

Many generous donors make online contributions to nonprofit organizations this time of year, but most charitable websites surprisingly lack web security seals. Two Rutgers University–Camden accounting professors are researching the impact the presence of a security seal on an organization’s website has on the amount of charitable donations it receives. “When you go to a […]

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Researcher Reveals How Supply Chain Companies Save on Audit Fees

Researcher Reveals How Supply Chain Companies Save on Audit Fees

Audit fees can be costly for many public and private companies, but a Rutgers University–Camden professor has discovered a way they save some money when going through the process. By analyzing data from 2003 to 2009, Sungsoo Kim, a professor of accounting at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, and his coauthors conclude that auditors offer […]

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