The goal of practice monitoring, and the AICPA Peer Review Program, is to promote quality in accounting and auditing services provided by the AICPA members and their CPA firms. This goal serves the public interest and enhances the significance of AICPA membership. Therefore, having a quality peer review and a quality peer reviewer is of utmost importance.
As part of the AICPA’s commitment to quality, we are providing a new resource to assist your firm in understanding the importance of:
- Having a quality peer review
- Hiring a quality peer reviewer
- Evaluating peer reviewer qualifications
For more information, access the Guide to Selecting a Quality Peer Reviewer and the Questions to Consider When Vetting Prospective Reviewers.