Ethical conduct for CPAs has never been more complex. Without a clear and up-to-date knowledge of the AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct and other ethics requirements, CPAs can easily enter a minefield that can explode into potentially career-ending sanctions. Easy-to-read and easy-to-use, The CPA's Guide to Professional Ethics will demystify these requirements and provide the most comprehensive and integrated analysis of ethics and independence requirements in existence.
Key features include:
* An integrated analysis of the requirements of the AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct, the SEC, Independence Standards Board, DOL, GAO Yellow Book, state boards of accountancy, and state societies
* An easy-to-use format that lets CPAs find the information they need to quickly resolve an ethics problem or question
* Diagrams, flowcharts, and other tools to make the requirements easy to understand and use
* Actions to take when faced with an ethics investigation
* What all CPAs should know about international ethics requirements
. . . and much more. This book is designed to help all CPAs, whether in public practice, industry, government, or education, to navigate ethical requirements. It is an absolute must-have resource for the professional responsible for quality assurance in a CPA firm.
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"There is no comparable book on the subject of ethics in print. Every CPA should have a personal copy, and every firm should have a copy in its library. Personal experience leads me to believe that most ethics violations are not intentional, but rather result from a lack of knowledge of the ethics rules and regulations. The authors' advice and guidance is worth the price of the book. If you have just one ethics issue, the book will pay for itself. If you have never had to address an ethics issue and believe you never will, you definitely need this book, because you probably would not recognize an ethics issue if it stared you right in the face." --Vincent J. Love, CPA, Managing Partner, Kramer & Love, New YorkAbout the Author:
DAN GUY, CPA, PhD, is the former Vice President of Auditing Standards for the AICPA. He currently practices in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
D. R. CARMICHAEL, CPA, CFE, PhD, is the Wollman Distinguished Professor of Accountancy at Bernard M. Baruch College.
LINDA A. LACH, CPA, is the former Director of Professional Development for the AICPA and is currently a writer and editor of accounting books and courses.
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