Advisory letter

Prepare a letter (not a memo) addressed to Amelia Emerson, Controller, advising her about which year to use to account for the sales taxes.
You must support your advice by citing any applicable accounting standards. Do not include
a reference page. You must limit your letter to one page (single spaced with double space between
paragraphs) and one-inch margins. Only submit the one page and nothing else. Create your own letterhead
for the imaginary accounting firm you represent. The date should be placed no less than one-half inch below
the letterhead (or 1.5 inches from the top of the page). You may submit your letter either as a Word file or pdf
file.
Remember what we discussed in class about not citing a section 55 in the Codification unless you also cite
the primary source to which it refers. In other words, citing only section 55 isn’t enough.
In addition to analyzing the accounting issue(s) in your letter, include a brief comment about any ethical
issue that Amelia faces. You should look at the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct rule on
“Integrity and Objectivity”. Briefly explain to Amelia the one part of this rule she should most consider in her
current situation (e.g., subordination of judgment). But remember (and be careful) that the CEO and CFO
may be “secondary readers” of your letter, and that you are creating a written record on this issue. Please
note that it is Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) like Amelia who are “members” of the AICPA and must
uphold the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

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