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Thank you for your membership with The Georgia Society of CPAs! If your membership dues were renewed before the June 30th deadline you are qualified to receive a free registration to GSCPA’s 8-hour virtual on-demand conference created specifically for renewing members.
Financial professionals working for and with federal, state, and local government entities continually address changes. Acquire in-depth technical guidance on auditing, reporting, cybersecurity, and tax issues facing governments and their auditors. Receive the latest updates on accounting and auditing to ensure your organization complies with standards.
Event ID: #LS13070
CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $359.00
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MATERIALSThis conference is a paperless conference and all materials will be available electronically as PDFs. Materials will be available for download in advance and participants will receive an email when they are available. For more information about eMaterials, visit ematerials.gscpa.org.
Jennifer Louis, CPA
Emergent Solutions Group
Focus on frequently asked questions about implementing new GASB accounting guidance related to leases and subscription-based information technology arrangements (SBITAs). The discussion will include recent nonauthoritative guidance in the 2023 GASB Implementation Guide and authoritative guidance in GASB 99 related to these topics.
Hope Pendergrass, CPA
Mauldin & Jenkins CPAs LLC
Cover current GASB guidance on accounting for exchange and nonexchange transactions, including discussion of eligibility criteria vs. time and purpose restrictions.
Caroline E. James, CPA
Georgia Department of Audits
Unpack new and existing federal programs that are still impacted by the various COVID-19 legislation and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Also, discuss how this funding affects the single audit process from the auditor and auditee perspective.
Georgia Department of Audits
Discuss independence considerations for audits performed under Government Auditing Standards and new AICPA SLG Affiliates Guidance.
Paul D. Ziga, CPA, MBA
Georgia State Board of Accountancy
Discuss Georgia’s Amended CPE Rules starting in 2024, along with the ethics CPE requirement and the CPE audit process in Georgia.
GASB 100 and GASB 101 will be shortly coming into effect. Review the new accounting requirements and how they differ from current practice, including answers to frequently asked questions related to implementation, including early adoption considerations.
Donna L. McGinnis, CPA, CFE
Internal Auditor/Compliance Officer
Columbus Consolidated Government
On August 11, 2021, we saw the first steps of justice for the citizens of Columbus/Muscogee County. We can now share what occurred and will share lessons learned so that others won’t walk this path again. Recognize unique risks and “red flags” that may exist in your operations, current audit policy to ensure that guidelines address work areas managed by constitutional officers and necessary steps to take in the event fraud is discovered, which may include activities with federal, state, or local law enforcement, and additionally news media and external auditors.
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