In December 1972, as president of the New York State Society of CPAs, I proposed to the state society's board a program of quality review for society members.

The program was to be voluntary and at no cost to members. The following month, I appointed a Quality Review Task Force with Dean Emanuel Saxe of Baruch College as chairman; other members were Max Block, editor of The CPA Journal; Warren Cutting, a past president of the state society; and Benjamin Neuwirth, a practitioner with years of audit experience who passed away recently at the age of 103, and who continued to reconcile his bank account until the end.

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