CATEGORY: Auditing (8), Ethics (4)
DATE: Wednesday February 10, 2021
TIME: Full Day Option: 8:50 A.M. - 5:10 P.M. Eastern
8:50 - 10:45 Welcome & Lecture
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30 Lecture
12:30 - 1:30 Lunch (on your own)
1:30 - 3:15 Lecture
3:15 - 3:30 Coffee Break
3:30 - 5:00 Lecture
5:00 - 5:10 Wrap-up
Half Day Option: 12:00 - 3:40 P.M. Eastern on each day.
LOCATION: Webinar Rebroadcast
This all new and unique seminar offered nowhere else, will feature two important sessions.
The morning session by Kenneth Heaslip details everything you need to know to regarding the new "Hosting Services" interpretation of the “Independence Rule” (ET 1.295) in the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct which establishes requirements for CPAs that were developed with the new technology in mind. The principle underpinning the “Hosting Services” interpretation is that CPAs should not perform any activities for their clients that are management’s responsibility. The interpretation explains that taking responsibility for hosting an attest client’s data or records impairs a CPA’s independence. Shimon will explain these rules in detail and how it applies to your practice. This morning session will satisfy the NYS requirement (as well as all states with a general ethics requirement) for your 4 ethics credits! Earn all your required ethics with this course.
The afternoon session by Shimon Einhorn will focus on how to avoid many common financial statement deficiencies and includes a discussion of peer review.
Topics & Learning Objectives Include:
- Authority of the New York State Board of Accountancy
- The conceptual framework
- Conflicts of Interest
- Management Responsibilities
- Tax Services
- Record requests
- Commissions, referral fees, and contingent fees
- Ethics In Accounting
- New "Hosting Services" Interpretation
- Common Financial Statement Deficiencies
- Engagement Deficiencies (Reports, Financial Statement Measurements, Presentation, Disclosures, Audit Procedures & Documentation, SSARS Procedures & Documentation)
- Specific Common Financial Statement Deficiencies (Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flows, Disclosures)
- Common Functional Deficiencies (Engagement Performance, Human Resources, Monitoring)
- Common Deficiencies Unique To Specialized Industries (Government, Not-For-Profits, Employee Benefit Plans, CIRAS, Construction Contractors, OCBOA Engagements)
- Peer Review Update
Shimon Einhorn is one of the foremost lecturers in accounting and is involved in Peer Review! Ask him ANY question on preparing financial statements!