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A Pittsburgh firm uses its peer review results to distinguish itself in the CPA firm marketplace. D.G. Sisterson & Co. LLP issued a press release proclaiming itself to be "again rated among top U.S. CPA firms." The news release explains the basis for the claim is that the firm for the second consecutive peer review, "received an unqualified opinion with no letter of comments." It goes on to say that only 17% of all peer reviews in the SEC Practice Section of the AICPA have earned this designation.

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