The AICPA Accounting and Review Services Committee issued Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services No. 24, which revises reporting requirements for compilations and reviews.
Take this five-question quiz to gauge your understanding of how to assess and respond to risk during an engagement.
A new international Code of Ethics for professional accountants contains new guidance on safeguards, cooling-off periods, and other important issues.
CPA firms must take care not to run afoul of professional standards if they are asked to sign nondisclosure agreements.
SSARS No. 24 will create and amend AR-C sections.
All proposals were related to audit quality, evolving skill sets, risk assessment and response, and sufficiency and appropriateness of audit evidence.
It applies to audits performed beyond PCAOB oversight.
Auditors of insured depository institutions need to educate themselves and their staffs about independence rules that apply to these engagements.
Sustainability reporting has become a common business practice in the United States, and now research shows that sustainability assurance efforts more than pay for themselves in a majority of companies.
Specialized knowledge is critical when performing engagements under Government Auditing Standards and compliance audits of federal funds (single audits). Test your expertise in this area.
New Technical Questions and Answers issued Tuesday by the AICPA provide nonauthoritative guidance for multiemployer plan payroll compliance services when engaged to perform payroll compliance procedures as an agreed-upon procedures engagement in accordance with AT-C Section 215.
Two new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) issued by the AICPA Professional Ethics Division provide nonauthoritative guidance for the effects on independence when senior personnel have been on an attest engagement team for a long period.
A Center for Audit Quality tool provides tips for audit committees to consider about non-GAAP measures as they perform their oversight duties.
A new report describes the changes that may be coming and how CPAs can take advantage of new opportunities the technology may provide.
By embracing new technologies and developing new skills in their own operations, internal auditors can develop a point of view on new risks and deliver value to the organization.
The percentage of audits with at least one inspection finding fell slightly from the previous year, according to a global survey of audit regulators taken in 2017.
An interpretation issued by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board helps auditors comply with reporting requirements during engagements performed under both generally accepted auditing standards and PCAOB rules.
The new members come from public and private organizations.
A new Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services will be issued in late May in an effort to decrease the impact on practitioners during busy season.
Attestation guidance addresses third-party due-diligence services for asset-backed securities.