The Scope of CPA Services: A Study of the Development of the Concept of Independence and the Profession's Role in Society

The Scope of CPA Services: A Study of the Development of the Concept of Independence and the Profession's Role in Society

by Gary John Previts
     
 

This original study clarifies current issues directly related to auditor independence and investigates the wide scope of available consulting services. Examines the actions taken by various groups and high-ranking corporate officers to preserve modern-day auditor independence. Traces the origins of the concept of auditor independence to mid-19th Century Britain and

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This original study clarifies current issues directly related to auditor independence and investigates the wide scope of available consulting services. Examines the actions taken by various groups and high-ranking corporate officers to preserve modern-day auditor independence. Traces the origins of the concept of auditor independence to mid-19th Century Britain and explores how the meaning of auditor indepedence has evolved since that time. Includes comprehensive lists of service fees by class as a percent of talent revenues for major CPA firms.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471011491
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/17/1986
Series:
Modern Accounting Perspectives and Practice
Pages:
187

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