"I have found multiple benefits to being involved in the peer review process. I have been doing peer reviews for about seven years, and this background helped significantly when I joined a local firm and started an audit practice with them. Peer reviews are now a valuable piece of our practice. They show us first hand other firm’s best practices, and the process is a great reminder of current technical changes.”

Abby Sanders, CPA,
WSCPA Member Since 2001

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) established the Peer Review Program more than 20 years ago to enhance the quality of accounting, auditing and attestation services performed by AICPA members in public practice.  The AICPA Peer Review Program illustrates the accounting profession’s dedication to integrity and protection of the public and is driven by adherence to the highest possible professional standards. 

The AICPA Peer Review Program is well-respected by practitioners, state boards of accountancy, and other users of the peer review process, who recognize the program as an effective quality improvement tool.

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