ARTICLES - Auditing - A NEW LOOK AT THE ATTESTATION STANDARDS - Clients are asking CPAs to provide assurance on many kinds of information, much of it nonfinancial. To clarify and update the guidance for these engagements, the Auditing Standards Board has issued SSAE no. 10. This guidance also will help CPAs distinguish between attest and consulting engagements.
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