CPAs are expected to maintain a level of competence to meet the profession’s technical and ethical standards, and provide valuable services to the public, employers and clients. Based on the AICPA Competency Framework: Assurance, these learning resources are designed to help you understand the knowledge and skills necessary to perform high-quality compilation, review, attest, and audit engagements. You’ll also find resources here to support your advisory and consulting engagements.
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Revenue recognition, leases, financial instruments, SAS No. 132 and other essential industry changes – we cover them all with practical applications to help you...
An excellent baseline of information for accountants planning or conducting engagements in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (Yellow...
In SSAE No. 18 the attestation standards have been redrafted using drafting conventions designed to make the standards easier to read, understand, and apply.
The purpose of this paper is to motivate accounting practitioners to become actively involved in business sustainability and accounting’s role in its evolution.
This roundtable webcast discusses the impact of legalized marijuana on the CPA profession and provides questions for practitioners to think about.
This guide will help you pinpoint areas your firm might need to take a closer look at to ensure quality standards are being met.
This article outlines common requests CPAs have been receiving regarding verifications.
This paper outlines the requests to which CPAs can respond and can help CPAs explain to requesters why a request for information might be declined.
This page includes an illustrative SOC 2® Report to assist CPAs in reporting on the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of a service organization’s...
This article includes technical questions and answers that provide clarification on the many issues relating to third party verification letters.