The New Auditors' Reporting Standards WEBCAST

Thursday, September 16 9:00am - 5:00pm

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8.00 Credits

Member Price $259.00

Non-Member Price $309.00

Overview

The Auditing Standards Board of the AICPA has recently completed a project to update its standards surrounding auditor reporting. With more than half a dozen new Statements on Auditing Standards, effecting the entire 700 series of the professional standards, there is a lot to learn about the new requirements. This course will take you through the significant areas of Professional Standards, including highlighting the new areas and requirements. The audit report, while retaining much of the familiar language, is much different under these new standards. Let us walk you through to ensure compliance.

Highlights

Forming an opinion and reporting on financial statements. Communicating key audit matters in the independent auditor’s report. Modifications or additions to the auditor’s report. Other or supplementary information in the auditor’s report.

Prerequisites

None

Designed For

Practitioners providing auditing services to nonpublic entities.

Objectives

Identify the requirements of the reporting sections of AICPA Professional Standards. Recall the form and content of the standard auditor’s report and when and how to modify the standard report.

Preparation

None

Notice

None

Leader(s):

Leaders

Leah Donti

Leah Donti, CMA, MBA Individual Practitioner/Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Leah Donti, an internationally credited certified management accountant, operates a private seminar practice preparing candidates for national accounting and finance examinations (CMA/CFM, CIA, CGA, CFA, CPA). She also conducts seminars on international management, accounting and auditing for organizations around the world. Her career has taken her to several countries where she has lectured at numerous universities. Ms. Donti has served on the National Marking Committee and has facilitated seminars for the CMA Professional Program in Canada on such topics as activity based costing and management, strategic management, and managing performance and change.

Prior to beginning her private practice in 1991, Ms. Donti worked for a major information management consulting organization, where she provided training to offices across North America. She also worked with an accounting software firm, offering accounting education courses to clients on site. In addition, she held positions in internal audit and cost accounting with Canadian Pacific, one of the largest companies in Canada.

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Non-Member Price $309.00

Member Price $259.00