AICPA


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American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

A professional organization for accountants. In addition to operating the Certified Public Accountant exam, it sets ethical standards and some professional standards, especially for accountants working as individuals and for privately held companies. Until the 1970s, they maintained the Generally Accepted Accounting Practices. It traces its history to the late 19th century and was formally established in 1916.

AICPA

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The AICPA supports the profession's commitment to the public interest.
AICPA National Conference on Employee Benefit Plans
Charitable governance: On July 22, 2004, the AICPA submitted comments on the Senate Finance Committee's (SFC's) staff discussion draft of legislation on charitable governance.
CalCPA administers reviews for California firms enrolled in the AICPA Peer Review Program and will keep doing so.
To identify and promote solutions to this problem, former AICPA Chairman Scott Voynich is leading an Institute committee on mobility that will work toward making it easier for firms and CPAs to do business in multiple states.
CPAs can also expand their expertise by participating in the AICPA PFP Forum.
Current: CalCPA International Business Committee; CalCPA and AICPA Financial Literacy volunteer; AICPA Council; AICPA International Tax Technical Resource Panel's Form 5471 Task Force.
In a report prepared by an AICPA Task Force on Improving Federal Financial Management, the AICPA recommended the following:
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suspended from membership in the AICPA and the Indiana Society of CPAs for one year, effective Nov.
Working with the AICPA staff to develop nonauthoritative guidance for practitioners.