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Quality Control Manual for Local CPA Firms.

Two experienced CPAs who practice as consultants on quality control (QC) matters show how to develop a QC system from scratch and how to enhance an existing one to satisfy American Institute of CPA guidelines for practice monitoring programs. QC issues raised in peer reviews are discussed in detail. Each of the nine elements of QC is covered in a separate chapter, with checklists and other practice aids. This is a well-designed, comprehensive treatment of the subject. Most firms will want to consider acquiring it.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 1, 1990
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