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September 28, 2018

2018 Financial A&A Conference

The final conference of the CPE season exceeds the A&A requirement to bring you the latest standards and updates from speakers representing the biggest decision makers in A&A.


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  • Sep 19
    In Person Pelham 4 Credits

    Keep abreast of the fast-paced changes in accounting and auditing. This comprehensive course covers all the relevant pronouncements, exposure drafts, and other guidance recently issued in the accounting and auditing arenas. Let us sort through all of the complexities and help you identify and apply recently issued FASB and ASB standards and guidance. With the rate of change in today's regulatory environment, you must stay current on all of the topics impacting the profession - don't get left behind!

  • Sep 19
    In Person Montgomery 4 Credits

    The accounting profession is transforming and altering our existing ways of doing business. In today's environment, firms have an increasing need to grow in order to survive. Growth is not simply getting more clients and higher fees. Growth is leadership, strategy, education, processes, and a culture that is attractive to retaining outstanding staff while spending less time at work. Firms focused on the future are taking steps, now, to prepare for the exponential rate of change facing our profession. Learn from the experience of hb&k, and hear strategies to help your firm be "Future Ready".

    For the webcast version, click here.

  • Sep 19
    In Person Pelham 4 Credits

    New Course for 2018! The QuickBooks ecosystem of accounting tools remains the most widely-used set of accounting applications in use by small businesses, yet many of these organizations struggle because of inadequate internal controls. In this seminar, you will learn options for how you can improve internal controls in small businesses running QuickBooks Pro, Premier, Enterprise, or Online. Through participating in this program, you will learn the importance of maintaining a strong system of internal controls in a small business environment, including businesses using QuickBooks accounting solutions. You will also learn about the four common types of internal controls and how to assess the relative condition of the internal control structure of a small business. With this background in place, the focus then shifts to discovering the opportunities to enhance internal controls in QuickBooks-based environments by using features found in the application. In addition, you will learn about supplemental internal control procedures for situations where effective controls cannot be established through QuickBooks. In sum, while many believe that QuickBooks-based organizations are destined for weak internal control structures, by participating in this program you will learn how QuickBooks-based businesses can benefit from a strong system of internal controls. For more details, please visit www.k2e.com/icq-4.

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