AICPA Offers Guidance on New Clarified Auditing Standards
The AICPA's new clarified auditing standards take effect next month, and the organization offers a wealth of materials to get practitioners up to speed on the transition.
Published on November 28, 2012
CPAs Increasingly Asked to Address Information Technology Challenges for Clients
Certified Public Accountants are increasingly being asked to solve information technology problems for clients and prospective clients, according to the 2010 Top Technology Initiatives Survey by the AICPA.
Published on June 03, 2010
AICPA Outlines Plans and Perspectives on Enhancing Audit Quality
The AICPA has posted a discussion paper on its Enhancing Audit Quality initiative, designed to provide high-quality services that protect the public
Published on August 07, 2014
AICPA Names Three CPAs Recipients of 2011 Outstanding CPA in Government Awards
The 2011 recipients of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) “Outstanding CPA in Government” awards are Jeanette Franzel, CPA, of Washington, D.C., Pamela Sharp, CPA, of Bismarck, North Dakota, and John McCormac, CPA, of Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Published on August 24, 2011
Surging Business Use of Mobile Devices is Top Business IT Challenge AICPA Survey
The proliferation of smartphones, tablet computers and mobile devices in the workplace emerged for the first time as the top business technology concern for CPAs and financial executives, according to the 2011 Top Technology Initiatives Survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Published on February 15, 2011
AICPA Calls for Improvements to IRS Examination Program to Relieve Taxpayer Burdens
The American Institute of CPAs has raised a number of concerns with the Internal Revenue Service about the burden its correspondence audit program places on taxpayers selected for examination, Patricia Thompson, the chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee, told the IRS Oversight Board at a meeting today
Published on February 28, 2012
AICPA Urges IRS to Allow Small Businesses to Protect Private Information in Electronic Files Requested for Audit
In a letter this week, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants urged the IRS to work with small business owners to safeguard private data included in electronic accounting software records that the IRS may request as part of an examination. The electronic records might contain private information about clients unrelated
Published on March 31, 2011