Accounting, Audit and Attest Update for Practitioners with Small-Business Clients

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Description

A Live Stream version of this event is available here.

Specifically tailored for practitioners who do not perform audits, but provide other attest and non-attest services to small and medium-sized businesses, this course is a comprehensive update covering recently issued accounting, compilation, and review standards, as well as other professional guidance impacting small and medium-sized business accountants. The course uses practical examples and illustrations to help you understand and apply the material in practice.

Credits

Number of Credits Type of Credits
2.00 Auditing
6.00 Accounting

Designed For

Practitioners at all levels who provide non-audit and non-attest services to small and medium-sized businesses desiring to remain up-to-date on recent pronouncements and other standard setters activities and professional guidance

Prerequisites

Experience in accounting and auditing

Highlights

  • Private company standard-setting activities
  • Small and medium-sized business related ASUs
  • Revenue recognition and leases update
  • Special purpose frameworks - cash, modified cash and tax basis
  • Common small and medium-sized business financial statement errors and deficiencies
  • SSARS No. 21, Clarification and Recodification, including the new preparation of financial statements non-attest service, as well as the impact of SSARS No. 22, 23 and 24
  • Other types of small and medium-sized business attest engagements - examinations, reviews and agreed-upon procedures engagements on financial forecasts and projections and pro forma financial information

Objectives

  • Keep abreast of current private company standard-setting activities of the PCC
  • Review recently issued accounting and non-audit attestation pronouncements
  • Understand the new SSARS No 21 relating to the preparation of financial statements and new guidance on compilations and reviews, as well as changes due to SSARS No 22, 23 and 24
  • Be aware of other important guidance affecting small and medium-sized business practitioners

Prices

Member (Early Bird)
$295.00
Non-Member (Early Bird)
$395.00
Member
$345.00
Non-Member
$445.00
Registration for this event has closed. If you have any question or concerns please give us a call at 615-377-3825 or send us an e-mail at registrar@tscpa.com

Instructors

Daryl G. Krause, CPA

Krause has CPA certifications in several Midwestern states. He practices public accounting as Manager & CEO of his regional CPA firm, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, which he founded in 2005. DG Krause LLC is a member of the AICPA’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center and performs employee benefit plan audit services for which Daryl serves as the sign-off partner.

Daryl has led more than 200 CPE programs for the AICPA, Surgent McCoy CPE, LLC, The Ohio Society of CPAs and Indiana CPA Society since 2008. He has led programs in 33 states and the District of Columbia for the AICPA alone, thereby helping thousands of CPAs around the country to maintain their licenses. He leads programs sponsored by State Societies, or Firm or Organization sponsored in-house programs. Chosen by the AICPA to be the Program Leader for the 2016 videotaping of Leases: Mastering the New FASB Requirements, an 8 hour CPE program introducing this critical new accounting topic, which is frequently rebroadcast and he often serves as its monitoring technical expert.

He has performed technical reviews during the development of certain AICPA courses including the 2013 editions of Revenue Recognition, Top 10 GAAP Issues, Internal Control Essentials for Accountants and Auditors and several Employee Benefit Plan related courses. He is the Content Matter Expert of the recently published AICPA Accounting Trends & Techniques Employee Benefit Plans-Best Practices in Presentation and Disclosure - Sixth Edition - 2016 copyrighted publication. Author of several 2016 employee benefit plan-related DG Krause LLC CPE programs offered by the Indiana CPA Society.

Previously he enjoyed 23 years of diversified responsibilities with Ernst & Young. Industries he served included manufacturing, construction, real estate and financial services. Roles included Ohio Valley Area Director of Employee Benefit Plan Services for 8 years, Senior Manager in the Entrepreneurial Services group for 3 years, Senior Manager in National Professional Development group for 5 years, which involved designing, developing and delivering core curriculum Audit and Entrepreneurial Services training programs for the entire U.S. practice.

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