Peer Review

Peer Review

Lilling has performed the most peer reviews in New York since the program’s inception.

Lilling’s experience includes reviewing firms that audit general commercial entities and regulated industries, such as employee benefit plans,
government audits, broker-dealers, and not-for-profits. Lilling performs both System reviews and Engagement reviews. Lilling reviews firms in both the Tri-State area and California.

Mark Lilling and Thomas Sherwood are experienced peer reviewers and are listed in the AICPA Online Database.

About the AICPA Peer Review Program

In 1988, peer reviews were mandated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as a method to uphold the highest professional standards. Participation in the Program has become an AICPA membership requirement for public practices, and peer review has also become a licensing requirement
in the majority of states.

To learn more about the program and the different types of reviews, please review the links listed below.
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