Compilations-Reviews - NEW FRAUD GUIDANCE - The latest guidance on accounting and review services does not change the objectives in compilation or review engagements. But it does require CPAs to report to management any evidence of fraud or consequential illegal acts. Here are the details on what you need to know. For CPAs who perform compilations or reviews.
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