by Eli Mason
In July 1994, The CPA Journal (published by the New York State Society of CPAs) carried my article, “Public Accounting No Longer a Profession,” which concluded with, “Some may say there has been a diminution of standards in other areas such as law and medicine, but public accounting is different because the public relies on CPAs for financial representation and disclosure.
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