Peer Review

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) requires its members who practice public accountancy be affiliated with a firm that is enrolled in an approved Peer Review Program.  Accounting firm peer reviews are required every three years. This checking system between firms gives an independent review of a firm’s accounting and auditing practice’s system of quality control.

Members of the AICPA’s Peer Review Program agree to meet professional quality standards, including annual continuing education for all professional staff, and to undergo an independent Peer Review once every three years.

DavisKelly has been admitted as one of the firms that can provide peer review services under the guidelines of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and administered by the Massachusetts Society of Public Accountants.  Firms may receive a pass, pass with deficiencies, or a fail opinion. We are pleased to report that DavisKelly has received a pass opinion on all of our reviews.

DavisKelly is registered with the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure Board in Public Accountancy.  There is no history of sanctions, and we certify that DavisKelly is in compliance with the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct as promulgated by the Board of Public Accountancy and codified in the code of Massachusetts Regulations.