Arguably, no other professional organization has come under as heavy scrutiny from both its membership and the media over the past two years as the American Institute of CPAs.

In the wake of the spate of massive accounting scandals, the collapse of Arthur Andersen, the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley, and several expensive marketing projects that misfired, the institute has weathered a barrage of criticism from both members and an array of national publications.

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