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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An excellent baseline of information for accountants planning or conducting engagements in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (Yellow...
This comprehensive, two-day CPE course, updates you on the latest standards, including accounting, auditing, compilation, preparation, and review, and provides the...
Established by the AICPA Assurance Services Executive Committee, this 2017 edition presents control criteria for use in attestation or consulting engagements to...
In SSAE No. 18 the attestation standards have been redrafted using drafting conventions designed to make the standards easier to read, understand, and apply.
This article clarifies when it is appropriate to conduct audits under PCAOB standards and under generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS).
This blog post presents five suggestions to help your company gain a competitive advantage by becoming a data-centric organization.
In this archived webcast, we examine real life examples of how to transform the general ledger into an analytical tool and and more.
This report focuses on some common issues and misconceptions related to the application of the AICPA Quality Control Standards.
This report discusses the client engagement acceptance process, evidence matters, and reporting matters related to initial audits.
This report focuses on the common misconceptions and pitfalls when performing analytical procedures in a review engagement.
This guide will help you pinpoint areas your firm might need to take a closer look at to ensure quality standards are being met.