For Practitioners

CPA New Brunswick regulates the services provided to the public by public practice firms. All members who wish to start or maintain a public practice are required to obtain a public practice license.

Important Updates and Alerts

Audit client briefing: CAS 600, What Group Management Needs to Know

This brief helps group auditors interact and communicate effectively with those involved in audits of group financial statements, including group management, those charged with governance of the group, component auditors and, where applicable, com...

Auditor reporting guide: Reporting implications of Canadian Auditing Standards (CAS)

Take advantage of our reporting guide, which aims to promote consistency in the form and content of practitioners' reports by providing guidance with respect to commonly occurring reporting circumstances.

Proposed Amendments to Canadian Auditing Standard (CAS) 240

The IAASB has now issued an Exposure Draft of International Standard on Auditing (ISA) 240 (Revised), The Auditor's Responsibilities Relating to Fraud in an Audit of Financial Statements, and the related conforming and consequential amendments.

New trust reporting rules may impact unsuspecting Canadians

The broad-based requirements as part of new beneficial ownership reporting stipulations adds a new layer of complexity for tax filers

What’s new for the 2024 tax season

With tax season around the corner, here are some important new measures to keep in mind when preparing tax filings for 2023 and later years.