Ensuring accountability and transparency in our profession.
Peer review sets certified public accountants apart from other professions and tells the public that CPAs are dedicated to upholding the standards of our profession.
The AICPA requires members who perform audits, reviews or compilations to undergo a peer review every three years. Maryland requires individuals to report the final acceptance date of their most recent peer review. It cannot be older than three years from the date of license renewal.
Peer Review Enrollment Form
Change, firm structure form
Important Links for Firms Undergoing Review
PRIMA: Get Started
Peer Reviewer Search
FAQs about AICPA program
Promote your System Peer Review “Pass” Report
Tips for selecting your peer reviewer
Peer Review Resources for Firms
AICPA Peer Review Resources
Maryland Peer Review Annual Report on Oversight
How to Become a Peer Reviewer
Enhancing Audit Quality
How do I learn more about peer review?
For more information on the AICPA Peer Review Program administered by MACPA, contact Mary Beth Halpern at 443.632.2330 or Marybeth@macpa.org. You also may visit www.aicpa.org, e-mail the AICPA peer review staff at PeerReviewupdates@aicpa.org or call 919.402.4502.
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