Achieve compliance with AICPA and other licensing jurisdiction requirements

The AICPA Bylaws state that if you are an AICPA member active in the practice of public accounting, provide services within the scope of the peer review standards and issue reports in accordance with AICPA professional standards, you must be associated with a firm that participates in AICPA-approved practice monitoring. Additionally, even if you are not an AICPA member, most licensing jurisdictions require peer review for licensure.

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Our Solutions

With a client-centric approach and a focus on your peace of mind, we’re dedicated to simplifying complex business challenges and empowering you to achieve your goals with peace of mind.

System Peer Reviews on Your Firm’s System of Quality Control

Engagement reviews for firms that do not provide audit services

Industry-specific team members in “must select” peer review areas

Guidance through any oversight and acceptance issues

Annual inspections for firms that already have a peer reviewer

Our Team

If you’re unsure about whether your firm needs a Peer Review, or if you currently receive Peer Reviews but have questions, contact our team and we can meet to discuss your options.

Michael Brand, CPA, CGMA


Derrel Curry, CPA, CGMA


Mike Gladney, CPA

Executive Leadership

Scott Stevens, CPA, CGMA


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