While the authoritative literature in the accounting profession is readily-available through a variety of sources, practitioners often have questions about how that technical literature is applicable in particular facts/circumstances. The CPEA’s straight-forward and clear style of writing and speaking allows practitioners the opportunity to understand the applicability of this literature when they are preparing financial statements and/or when they are auditing, reviewing, and compiling those financial statements. By becoming a member of the Center for Plain English Accounting, you will have access to the professional staff’s expertise by receiving monthly reports through which the staff describes “how to do” what you “need to do” in implementing the authoritative literature. This information might be helpful to you in your accounting and auditing practice and might be helpful in your efforts to explain the financial statement impact of this literature to your clients.
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