Schedule Your Review

Is it time to schedule your firm's Peer Review? Read "Peer Review Scheduling Information" to catch up on what you need to know about scheduling a review including an overview of the types of engagements performed  and updated peer review information. Your state-specific scheduling form can also be found here.



NEPR administers the AICPA Peer Review Program for CPA firms. Firms that do not have AICPA members may enroll in the NEPR Peer Review Program to meet their Board of Accountancy peer review requirements. To enroll, click on 'Enrollment Form' under the 'Join NEPR' menu, complete the applicable enrollment form and submit to NEPR.


Find a Reviewer

Find a reviewer in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont who is qualified to perform reviews and that has a current resume on file with the AICPA. You are not limited to choosing a reviewer in one of our four states, but may choose a qualified reviewer from any state in the USA to perform your peer review.


completeness of peer review scope

As defined by the AICPA Standards for Performing and Reporting on Peer Reviews, firms are required to accurately represent their accounting and auditing practice by including engagements performed by the firm in their peer review scope. Recently, the AICPA has received public evidence that indicates some firms are not including certain engagements in the scope of their peer review and has resulted in a collaborative effort between AICPA peer review staff and administering entities to investigate and address situations in which peer reviews did not include audits of employee benefit plans.

As a result of the volume of firms that have been impacted by the investigation, the Peer Review Board has approved a number of revisions to peer review guidance when a firm omits, withholds, or misrepresents information about its accounting and auditing practice including, but not limited to;

  • Firms that perform audit engagements under Government Auditing Standards, audits of employee benefit plans, audits performed under FDICIA, audits of carrying broker-dealers, and examinations of service organizations Service Organizations Control (SOC) 1 and 2 engagements and omit that information in their peer review scope.
  • Failure to properly represent the firm’s practice or immediately notify their administering entity of any changes in it.

Please contact us should you have questions or would like to discuss further.

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