Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Oct. 2, 2003) -- The grassroots activist group, CPAs Reforming Our Profession, sent a white paper to American Institute of CPAs’ council members this week, outlining four key concerns they hope will be addressed at the fall meeting later this month.

The e-mail was sent to all council members and signed by all six CROP executive committee members. It urged council to pay close attention to issues related to the AICPA specialization credential programs, the basic framework of governance of the AICPA, a member survey conducted by the AICPA during the fall of 2002, and the current dilemma of standards for CPAs who provide accounting services to non-public companies.

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