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Peer Review

Firms enrolled in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Peer Review Program are required to have a peer review, once every three years, of their accounting and auditing practice.  The peer review is conducted by an independent evaluator, known as a peer reviewer. The AICPA oversees the program, and the review is administered by an entity approved by the AICPA to perform that role. 

The peer review helps to monitor a CPA firm’s accounting and auditing. The goal of the practice monitoring, and the program itself, is to promote quality in the accounting and auditing services provided by the AICPA members and their CPA firms. 

Upon completion of the peer review, the reviewer may issue one of three opinions on the firm’s system of quality control: pass, pass with deficiencies and fail.  Lurie & Co., CPAs, P.C. has always received the highest rating possible of pass.

View a copy of our current AICPA peer review acceptance letter.

View a copy of our prior AICPA peer review acceptance letter.