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 firms whose main office is located in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont. Firms that do not have AICPA members may enroll in the NEPR Peer Review Program to meet their Board of Accountancy peer review requirements.


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.


upcoming peer review courses

The NH Society of CPAs will be hosting two Peer Review seminars in June:

June 2 & 3 - How to Conduct a Peer Review Under the AICPA Practice-Monitoring Program

Learn the foundation of an effective peer review engagement and evaluation of a firm’s system of quality control under the AICPA Practice-Monitoring Program. This course features realistic case studies that encompass the most important elements of a system peer review, as well as several case studies pertaining to an engagement review. As a current or future team and/or review captain, you learn to successfully plan for, perform and report on both system and engagement reviews. You are also introduced to the administrative and committee roles in the peer review program.

June 4 - Upcoming Peer Review:  Is Your Firm Ready?

 What does it take to have an effective quality control system that leads you to a pass peer review report? Find out how to prepare for your next review and what can be done on a daily basis to create a strong quality control environment for your firm. Identify the most common, significant deficiencies that peer reviews uncover and what you can do to prevent them from occurring in your firm. Consider the process for selecting the appropriate peer reviewer and determine the right review year-end for your firm. If you have specialized engagements, such as governmental units, not-for-profit organizations, construction contractors or employee benefit plans, this course examines the additional issues that may come into play.

link buttonMaine Society of CPAs link buttonMaine Board of Accountancy
link buttonNew Hampshire Society of CPAs link buttonNew Hampshire Board of Accountancy
link buttonRhode Island Society of CPAs link buttonRhode Island Board of Accountancy
link buttonVermont Society of CPAs link buttonVermont Board of Accountancy