Liberty presented a plan to come back into compliance with Nasdaq listings.
The tax preparation company was threatened with possible delisting because it has not yet reported results for the quarters ended October 31 and January 31. It recently hired accounting firm Cherry Bekaert, to audit the financial statement for the year ended April 30 and to review the two quarterly reports.
Cherry Bekaert replaced by Carr, Riggs & Ingram, which resigned the position on June 5 without completing work on financial statements, after serving as outside auditor from April 18. That firm replaced KPMG which resigned in December after reports that former CEO John Hewitt, fired in early September, had been the subjects of complaints by employees that he had been heard having sex in his office andLast modified on Friday, 06 July 2018