NEBRASKA SOCIETY OF
Certified Public Accountants
SERVING NEBRASKA AND ITS CPAS SINCE 1928
A Practical Ethics Update for CPA's - 2017 Edition - Morning Course

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Online Registration Form

Date: August 14, 2017
Location: Fairfield Inn & Stes, Grand Island
Course Time: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Registration Begins: 8:00 AM
Summary
Receive a fast-paced overview of ethics standards promulgated by the AICPA, State Societies, and State Board authorities as they apply to CPAs in public practice and industry. Use case studies and group discussion to examine the connections between ethics principles, formal rules, and the profession's public responsibility. Understand how the new ethics codification and the conceptual framework for resolving ethical conflicts will alter current practice. Receive up-to-theminute coverage of evolving issues such as conflicts of interest, comfort letters, and recent revisions to the Ethics Code.
Objectives
To provide CPAs with an update of their ethical responsibilities under AICPA and state-based regulations. Case studies and practical examples will be used extensively.
Highlights
* The structure of the ethics rules and the enforcement and disciplinary process * The public interest and professional ethics - When and why do conflicts exist * Is earnings management alive and well? * Ethics dimensions of recruitment, selection and promotion * Whistleblowing and the internal control environment * The threats and safeguards approach to resolving ethical dilemmas * Ethical dimensions of financial reporting in closely held firms * Using AICPA's restructured Ethics Code * Recent ethics rules and issues.
Who Should Attend
Accountants who need an overview of the ethics requirements that govern the professional services they provide to clients or employers.

Course Level Update
Prerequisites None
Course IDEUG4
Discussion LeaderRay Thompson, Acctg. & Auditing CPE
CPE Credit4 Hours
Additional Information: Lunch is included if registered for both courses (EUG4 & HTAA - Page 34 ) on same day. Parking is available onsite.
Fee: $135 - Society Member
$165 - Society Nonmember

Lunch included if registered for both EUG4 & HTAA
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