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Peer Review

Peer review is a periodic outside review, performed by another accounting firm, of a firm's quality control system in accounting and auditing. Peer reviews are intended to maintain and improve the quality of the accounting and/or auditing services performed by firms. CPA firms that are members of the AICPA are required to complete a peer review every three years. 

Since our inception in 1980, Sloan & Company has been committed to providing the highest quality of accounting, auditing and business advisor services. We are committed to providing the highest professional and ethical standards. These standards are tested annually regularly through internal inspection held by our Internal Control Manager and every three years by an AICPA peer reviewer. 

During peer review, an outside CPA firm performs an in-depth review of the quality of the reviewed firm's audit practice and administrative procedures and issues a report on its findings.