Preparation, Compilation and Review Staff Essentials
Designed to help practitioners comply with the latest developments in regulation, this online learning program will provide the comprehensive training your staff needs to be able to perform their review engagements consistently and accurately.
NASBA Field of Study
Kimberly Burke, Hugh Parker
Since you're in the business of PC&R
Preparation, compilation and review engagements are one of your core areas of practice. And because you do so many, they are not only your bread and butter, but are significant to your firm's reputation. So if you're going to do them, do them right.
Our preparation, compilation and review program (PCRE) gives you and your staff everything you need to perform these engagements efficiently and accurately.
SSARS compliance and best practices in one product
Get up to speed with current regulations relevant to SSARS No. 21-23*, plus learn best practices that will help you reduce time and effort spent on these engagements.
What you can expect
Reliable information, effective tactics and proven strategies. You'll find them presented through real-world examples, practice exercises and case studies. PCRE helps you ensure your firm's compliance and long-term success in this key area of practice.
- Preparation, compilation, and review engagement fundamentals
- Performing preparation, compilation, and review engagements
- Reporting on compilation and review engagements, including illustrative reports
- Special purpose frameworks
- Recent SSARSs developments
- The performance requirements for preparation, compilation and review engagements
- The reporting requirements associated with compilation and review engagements
- The various financial reporting frameworks used in the preparation of financial statements
Group ordering for your team
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