CPA Letter

A U.S. accounting and external auditing newsletter. Published ten times a year by the *American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the CPA Letter is available online. It focuses on professional developments and news in accounting and external auditing, and it is aimed at AICPA members. Its coverage is concentrated mainly in the United States. Web link:

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