Another Successful Peer Review for KOS

As members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), our firm is required to have a peer review every three years. A peer review is an external review of our firm’s quality control system in accounting and auditing and is also known as the AICPA’s practice monitoring program.

The program is designed to be educational for firms in public accounting to further enhance the quality in their performance of accounting and auditing work. The program also allows for firms to communicate with their fellow peers on the objectives of the accounting profession in ensuring certain standards are met. A peer review sets CPAs apart from other professions and shows dedication to upholding the standards of the profession.

Consistent with prior periods, Kessler Orlean Silver received a rating of “Pass.” This is the highest rating available under the current peer review program of the AICPA.

The partners are proud of the work put in by all members of our staff over the past three years to help us achieve this rating. The “Pass” is a reflection of the standards we expect from ourselves in serving you, our clients.