An AICPA manager explains the details of a recently issued exposure draft by the AICPA Peer Review Board and how someone can become a peer reviewer.
Audit & assurance
Practitioners can take simple steps to make sure information newly included in auditors’ reports is understandable to investors.
Practitioners are focusing on new standards, processes, and requirements heading into the fourth quarter of an unusual year.
This is the first in an occasional series featuring Sue Coffey, CEO–Public Accounting for AICPA & CIMA, discussing trends affecting the profession.
The PCAOB issued a second supplementary request for comment on a proposal designed to enhance the lead auditor’s role in overseeing other auditors outside the firm that issues the auditor’s report.
The Center for Audit Quality has published a resource that describes management and auditors’ responsibilities related to climate-related risk reporting.
Employee benefit plan audit procedures and reporting will undergo a significant shift as SAS No. 136, as amended, is implemented.
Rebekah Goshorn Jurata and Megan Zietsman said that they plan to resign from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board on Oct. 1 or the date of appointment of new board members, whichever comes first.
Although just 31 of the S&P 500 companies use public company auditors for environmental, social and governance assurance, increased regulation and investor focus may lead to more opportunities for practitioners in the future.
Some requirements for single audits were clarified with the issuance of the 2021 Compliance Supplement by the Office of Management and Budget. Some questions remain, though, and OMB is expected to issue two addenda with additional guidance.
Single audits are especially challenging amid a pandemic-related surge in government aid. Understanding how to apply guidance in the Office of Management and Budget’s Compliance Supplements is critical for delivery of a high-quality engagement.
In part 2 of a series, hear or read more about the role of audit data analytics in the continuing transformation of auditing.
Over the last several weeks, HHS has established in its PRF FAQs that the reporting in the PRF Reporting Portal will be based on when PRF payments were received.
A CPA shares advice for organizations and practitioners on single audits and why more expertise is needed, and an AICPA vice president explains the reasons behind the organization’s support of a bill recently introduced in the House of Representatives.
Proposed quality management standards presented by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board would require audit firms to customize their processes in accordance with their individual risks.
Travel restrictions led to a buildup of compensated absences and a corresponding liability that has implications for financial reporting, auditing, and management.
Learn about the important role some CPAs play in the success of the IRS’s certified professional employer organizations program.
The AICPA Auditing Standards Board issued a statement of position Wednesday on performing agreed-upon procedures related to third-party due diligence services on rated Exchange Act asset-backed securities.
Hear or read the opening of a multipart series on audit transformation. This episode provides an overview of the auditing landscape and more.
As momentum grows for environmental, social and governance disclosures, ESG assurance opportunities are expected to present themselves for CPAs, who currently are performing a small fraction of these engagements in the US.