The American Institute of CPAs has agreed to lend its support to the new Private Company Council established by the Financial Accounting Foundation after opposing an earlier version proposed by the FAF last year.
The Private Company Council will determine whether exceptions or modifications to U.S. GAAP for privately held companies are necessary (see New Private Company Standards Council Established).
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