Section 209 -- Considerations by Appropriate State Regulatory Authorities
In supervising nonregistered public accounting firms and
their associated persons, appropriate State regulatory authorities should make
an independent determination of the proper standards applicable, particularly
taking into consideration the size and nature of the business of the accounting
firms they supervise and the size and nature of the business of the clients of
those firms. The standards applied by the Board under this Act should not be presumed
to be applicable for purposes of this section for small and medium sized nonregistered
public accounting firms.
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