Alabama Society of CPAs

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CPE

  • May 15
    In Person Montgomery 8 Credits

    As a professional who performs highly specialized benefit plan audits it's crucial that you maintain a knowledge level that surpasses what is necessary to perform a financial statement audit. With so much at risk, you need to be confident in the services you and your team provide, especially as the DOL continues to escalate its oversight of audit quality.  Join us for our annual Employee Benefits Workshop.  Sessions include A&A Update for EBP Plans, Peer Review Insights, Participant Testing, and update directly from the Department of Labor.

  • May 27
    In Person Pelham 4 Credits

    This course offers an in-depth look at issues that practitioners have been having in implementing preparation, compilation and review engagements. It will also look deeply at the new SSARS proposal (mainly affecting reviews) that should be finalized in 2020 for 2021 implementation. The course also includes 15-20 new cases for 2020 covering all aspects of SSARS application including accounting, disclosure and reporting from the perspective of a local firm practitioner. Several new accounting standards are integrated into the new cases, including the new revenue recognition and leasing standards. It will also cover the proposed "Selected Procedures" (Agreed-upon Procedures "light") standard if that proposal is still being considered in 2020. A complete and thorough review of everything preparation, compilation and review for 2020 and beyond!

  • May 27
    In Person Pelham 4 Credits

    This class is designed for those professionals who will never do accounting and auditing stuff in the remainder of their careers yet need to meet a regulatory burden. Recent pronouncements from the FASB are presented and discussed from a perspective that allows a non A&A person to understand what's coming on their way in terms of financial statement treatment of items that may result in a different tax treatment including the new revenue standard and leasing changes. Tax professionals may actually have an educational and fun time meeting the regulatory requirements!

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