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AICPA issues two ethics exposure drafts.

The AICPA has released two ethics exposure drafts:

Proposed Revision to Interpretation 101-1 and Conceptual Framework for AICPA Independence Standards detail changes to independence standards. For more information, visit


Proposed Interpretations on Indemnification/Limitation of Liability Provisions and Forensic Accounting Services recommends a new ethics interpretation under Rule 101, Independence. For more information, visit

The comment period for both of the exposure drafts expires Dec. 16, 2005.
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Title Annotation:AICPA News
Publication:California CPA
Date:Nov 1, 2005
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