Peer Review

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) requires its member firms to undergo a peer review every three years.   A peer review is a periodic external review of a firm’s quality control system in accounting and auditing and is also known as the AICPA’s practice monitoring program.  The AICPA initiated the peer review program in order to provide the public with assurance that participating firms conduct quality audit and accounting services.  Our most recent peer review was completed in December 2015.  Jobe, Hastings & Associates received the highest rating possible, a pass with no deficiencies.  We are proud of our accomplishment, since only a small percentage of accounting firms in the country achieve this rating.

Click here to see a copy of our latest peer review letter.