Agreed-upon procedures engagement or consulting engagement?
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Agreed-upon procedures engagement or consulting engagement?

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A common question we receive from our members relates to the difference between an agreed-upon procedures engagement and a consulting engagement. This report will cover the differences and basic requirements for both types of engagements and address common situations that typically fit into each type of engagement.

A review of recent peer review findings indicates that some firms do incur Matters for Further Consideration (MFC) from peer reviewers related to distinguishing between an agreed-upon procedures engagement and a consulting engagement,

Download the Guide to distinguishing AUP from consulting engagements

File name: CPEA-distinguishing-aup.pdf

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