All the research tools you need, all in one place. Access standards, AICPA white papers and briefs and information on hot topics in this new research area. Get the latest news on enhanced business reporting, private company financial reporting, Sarbanes Oxley and XBRL and link to information on IFRS and small firm issues. The AICPA technical hotline and helpful links can be accessed here as well.
Find out more about (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) and how it's changing financial reporting.
Enhanced Business Reporting
From historical to relevant, the AICPA’s working to improve financial reporting
Your source for IFRS guidance
Private Company Financial Reporting
Access PCFR news and resources
Access standards and statements of interest to CPAs
AICPA Archive at The University of Mississippi
The University of Mississippi Library provides access to the AICPA library collection via its online library catalog and the Digital Accounting Collection (DAC). Anyone may search the catalog records for the AICPA collection. The DAC indexes 33,000 pamphlets. There are also over a 1,000 full text items in the DAC. The full text items include the articles in the Accounting Historians Journal and the Accounting Historians Notebook, non-current AICPA exposure drafts, and an assortment of early pamphlets and illustrations.
For more information, visit the AICPA Library Collection.
Futurists Edie Weiner and David Pearce Snyder discuss future changes to our society and the workplace.
Exposure Drafts are issued by the AICPA to invite public comment before a final pronouncement is issued.
Read more about public exposure drafts of proposed statements.
The AICPA Accounting and Auditing Technical Hotline provides AICPA members nonauthoritative advice on accounting, financial reporting, auditing and attestation, and compilation and review services issues. The technical hotline is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST and answers around 23,000 calls annually. You can reach the Technical Hotline at 877.242.7212 or complete forms online.