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This exclusive course qualifies for all four hours of Utah’s new Ethics requirement! Susan Speirs will walk you through one hour of Utah Laws & Rules. Marty Van Wagoner will follow with “Real World Business Ethics” for three hours. This course will fill up fast – register today!

 Export to Your Calendar 11/20/2017
When: Monday, November 20, 2017
12:00 - 3:30
Where: UACPA Training Room
136 S Main Street
Suite 510
Salt Lake City, Utah  84101
United States
Contact: April Deneault


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Acronym CL4ETHICS
CPE 4 hours
Category
Behavioral Ethics (3) Utah Laws & Rules (1)
Level Intermediate
Vendor AICPA/UACPA
Who should attend

Utah CPAs looking to fulfill the new 4 hour Utah Ethics Requirement. CPAs in industry and practice who manage financial  accounting and reporting  and CPAs in public practice  who audit both private and publicly held companies

Prerequisite
None
Fees:

Member $99
Non-Member: $150

Description 

This exclusive course qualifies for all four hours of Utah’s new Ethics requirement! Susan Speirs will walk you through one hour of Utah Laws & Rules. Marty Van Wagoner will follow with “Real World Business Ethics” for three hours. This course will fill up fast – register today!

Don’t be caught off guard by an ethics investigation. Adopt a proactive, risk-avoidance stance by sidestepping common pitfalls and taking alternative courses of action. To learn how, examine case studies based on real-life litigation and administrative proceedings involving CPAs in public practice and industry. Explore ethical issues in the context of actual proceedings that were resolved both in favor of and against accounting and auditing professionals. Achieve a new sense of appreciation for the difficulties faced by financial professionals and a heightened sensitivity to the types of ethical dilemmas you could face in the future.

Major Subjects

  • Analysis of ethical requirements from standard setters
  • Fact patterns from situations faced by CPAs in public practice
  • Special ethical issues in select areas: revenue recognition, permitted services, client confidentiality, and independences
  • Utah Laws & Rules

Objectives

  • Identify common accounting, auditing, and regulatory issues related to revenue recognition.
  • Identify independence issues specifically when working with clients in an advisory capacity.
  • Recognize how management integrity issues play directly into audit scope and procedures used by forensic investigators.
  • Identify procedures for investigating and reporting financial irregularities when faced with corporate crisis, such as insider trading.
  • Identify the ethical obligations of CPA tax professionals under the Standards for Tax Services.

 

 

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