AICPA standards

Proposed AICPA tax standards address new concerns

The AICPA is seeking comments by Dec. 31, 2022, on proposed changes to the Statements on Standards for Tax Services, which have been reorganized and amended to reflect the current state of the profession and the emerging needs of today’s members.

Proposed revisions to the AICPA tax standards

The AICPA released proposed revisions to the SSTSs for public comment on Monday. The proposal includes new standards on data protection, reliance on tools, and representation of clients before taxing authorities.

Taking back control with quality management

Upcoming revisions to the AICPA Statements on Standards for Tax Services may include standards for quality management in a tax practice. The SSTS Revision Task Force is seeking comments from stakeholders as it undertakes this project.

Ethics and the tax preparer

The AICPA’s complimentary annual webcast on Tax Ethics answers questions on client confidentiality, tax practice quality control, conflicts of interest, records retention, and how to address errors discovered on clients’ tax returns.

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