New York (July 12, 2004) -- The American Institute of CPAs has launched a Web-based survey to poll the stakeholders of private company financial reporting to determine if general purpose financial statements prepared for private companies’ stakeholders are meeting their needs.

A key issue related to this question is whether or not the cost of providing all that is required in private company generally accepted accounting principles financial statements is justified, as it may be for publicly traded companies.

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