CPA Canada has released their Reporting Implications of the Canadian Standard on Review Engagements (CSRE 2400) guide. This extensive guide provides a series of issues presented in Q&A format and includes over 20 illustrative Independent Practitioners’ Review Engagement Reports for CSRE 2400. This will likely be a valuable resource for your firm during the transition to the new review … Continue reading “Reporting Implications of the Canadian Standard on Review Engagements”
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