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New for 2011 Electronic Materials!
Continuing Professional Education
The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants
CS CPA
Loscalzo's Audits of Defined
Contribution Pension Plans
(Emphasizing 401(k) Plans)
June 1
Rocky Hill
Learn how to avoid the most common problems and
deficiencies found by the Department of Labor (DOL).
Discover how to determine if a plan needs to be audited,
identify unique employee benefit plan audit risks, perform
the right type and amount of audit testing, and draft GAAP
and DOL compliant financial statements.
CPE Credit: 8
Express Code
:
DCPP
Instructor: Matt Cohen, CPA
Standard Fees:
Early Bird Fees
*
$285 Member
$250 Member
$385 Nonmember
$350 Nonmember
*
Early Bird fee good through 5/17/2011.
Health Savings Accounts, Health
Reimbursement Arrangements, and
Flexible Spending Accounts
June 2
Rocky Hill
Case studies show that 20 percent of employees will have
80 percent of the medical claims. Learn how to make the
Pareto Curve (the 80/20 rule) work to your clients' benefit.
Specific examples of how changes in deductibles, co-pays,
etc. make a big difference in net cost to the employer are
included in this program. Side-by-side comparisons will
show whether an HSA or HRA is better for specific types of
clients, when they should be implemented, and how all
such plans are affected by 2010 healthcare legislation.
CPE Credit: 8
Express Code
:
HSA
Instructor: Don P. Cochran, JD, CPA, CFP,
CRC
Standard Fees:
Early Bird Fees
*
$285 Member
$250 Member
$385 Nonmember
$350 Nonmember
*
Early Bird fee good through 5/18/2011.
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Connecticut, many of our programs now come with the option of electronic
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