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CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $270.00
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Dr. Keivan Deravi
Auburn University at Montgomery
Discuss the economic outlook for both the region and the nation
Groves Research and Consulting
Learn advanced communication, the psychological science behind crafting powerful messages, communicating with clarity, and the finer points of delivery. Take a deep dive into public speaking, negotiation, interviewing, leadership, improvisation, team collaboration, and high stakes problem-solving.
Michael K. Cheng, CPA
Supervising Project Manager
Financial Accounting Standards Board
Receive an update on key ongoing projects of the FASB, including a focus on private company standards setting and recent activities of the Private Company Council.
Michael Blake, CFA, ASA, ABAR, BCA
How does the blockchain technology impact our CPA profession? Explore blockchain and the current state of regulations, the differences between cryptocurrency and tokens, and challenges the industry is facing today in adopting the technology.
Review the five-step process of revenue recognition and with added emphasis on the affect this will have on the revenue reported under this new standard. Discuss the steps that need to be taken to ensure the standard is implemented and take a brief look at a few industries and the new standard.
Metathinking is a game-changing approach to critical thinking for all internal auditors. The Metathinking approach developed by Dr. Groves spurs a dynamic analysis of our own reasoning processes, exposing hidden factors that influence our thinking, boosting the quality of higher-order thinking and problem solving for individuals and teams. Learn to recognize assumptions that corrupt reasoning processes, and methods to unveil subconscious associations that shape interpretations.
James L. Underwood, CPA, PFS,CFP, AEP
Underwood Advisors, LLC
Financial planning issues evolve and are different at various stages in your life. Review helpful tips and tricks to consider now and in the future. Learn about tax considerations and their impact on your real investment return, as well as an overall approach to planning that makes long term success much more likely.
Marc Hamilton, CPA, CGMA
CDG Engineers & Associates, Inc.
Business management is facing a unique technology era. Developments offer faster ways to access data and attract talent and customers while providing evolving ways to access new products, information, and services. Responding to the digital revolution will allow for informed decision making and the establishment of competitive, strategic advantages, perhaps even survival for many businesses.
Despite budget constraints and key vacancies, the IRS continues to target international issues and assert large penalties. Review the latest international issues, cases, and rulings to stay updated on this ever-changing area. Areas of focus include FBAR violations, expanded foreign asset reporting duties, taxpayers who ceased participation in voluntary disclosure programs, implementation of FATCA weapons, deprivation of passports for tax debtors, automatic penalties for late information returns, compliance initiatives targeting foreign investors in U.S. rental property, foreign trusts, gifts to U.S. persons by expatriates, and the new repatriation tax.
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