The American Institute of CPAs has begun a two- to three-year project to revise its auditing standards in an effort to achieve greater clarity.

"For the last several years, we have been considering ways to make the standards more understandable and, we hope, less complex," said Charles Landes, vice president of professional standards and services at the AICPA, in a statement.

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