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June 2011
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10
What CPAs Need to Know about Wall Street Today:
Managing Assets for Your Clients, Your Firm, and Yourself
10
Advanced FASB Review:
Tackling the Tougher GAAP Issues
13
Loscalzo's Compilation and Review Essentials:
Rules for Local Practitioners
13
Internal Control Essentials for Financial Managers,
Accountants, and Auditors
13
Fiduciary Income Tax Returns: Form 1041 Workshop
14
AICPA Advanced Course: Overview of the
AICPA Peer Review Program Standards
14
Using Retirement Plans to Substantially Reduce Your
Client's Taxes and Save for Retirement! Rethinking the
401(k) Plan Coverage Requirements
14
Audit Workpapers: Documenting and Reviewing Field Work
14
What You Need to Do Now in Estate Planning
Under the New Tax Law
14
Solving Complex Single Audit Issues for Government and
Nonprofit Organizations
14
Forensics and Financial Fraud:
Real-World Issues and Answers
15
Loscalzo's Accounts Payable Fraud: Often-Overlooked
Schemes and How to Detect and Prevent Them
15
Connecticut Sales and Use Tax: Basic Level
(Morning Session)
15
Don't Go to Work Unless It's Fun!
How CPAs Can Become Happier and More Productive
15
Connecticut Sales and Use Tax:
Advanced Level Enumerated Services
(Afternoon Session)
15
Excel Functions, Macros, and Data Commands:
Master the Three Most Important Areas of Excel
15
Upcoming Peer Review: Is Your Firm Ready?
16
Governmental Accounting and Reporting:
Putting It All Together
16
Business Law Essentials for Accountants
16
QuickBooks 2011 for CPAs: Focus on Intermediate and
Advanced Features and Functions
16
Loscalzo's Mix and Match Sessions
(Featuring Ethics and an A&A Update)
16
LLC Practitioner's Workshop: A Case Studies Approach
16
Professional Ethics for CPAs
(Morning Session)
16
Accounting and Auditing Update
(Afternoon Session)
17
S Corporation Practitioner's Workshop:
A Case Studies Approach
17
Security Solutions for CPAs: Professional Guide to
Protecting Computers, Data, Employees, and Assets
17
Bankruptcy Today: What Every CPA Must Know!
17
Audits of HUD-Assisted Projects
20
Purchasing, Inventory, and Cash Disbursements:
Common Frauds and Internal Controls
(Afternoon Session)
20
Revenue and Cash Receipts:
Common Frauds and Internal Controls
(Morning Session)
20
Tax Consequences and Reporting Issues of LLCs, LLPs,
LPs, and Other Partnerships
(Morning Session)
20
AICPA Cluster Sessions
(Featuring Healthcare and Closely-Helds)
(Norwalk)
20
Advanced Issues in Mergers, Acquisitions, and
Sales of Closely-Held Businesses
(Afternoon Session)
Solving Complex Single Audit Issues
for Government and
Nonprofit Organizations
June 14
Cromwell
Gain comprehensive, practical, hands-on guidance on
implementing the requirements of the Single Audit Act and
OMB Circular A-133. Improve audit quality by thoroughly
understanding the A-133 audit requirements. Stay current in
this specialized area of auditing through this highly rated
course.
CPE Credit: 8
Express Code: EO-SAI
Instructor: John D'Amico, CPA
Standard Fees
Early Bird Fees
*
$285 Member
$250 Member
$385 Nonmember
$350 Nonmember
*
Early Bird fee good through 5/30/2011.
AICPA members take $30 off the price.
Governmental Accounting and
Reporting: Putting it all Together
June 16
Cromwell
Puzzled by governmental accounting and reporting? This
course shows you how all the pieces fit together in a
sensible, real-world manner. This course provides practical
guidance regarding the accounting and reporting issues for
state and local governments. We will also examine how to
prepare the financial statements at the fund level and
convert them to government-wide statements.
CPE Credit: 8
Express Code: GAR
Instructor: William C. Wagner, CPA
Standard Fees
Early Bird Fees
*
$285 Member
$250 Member
$385 Nonmember
$350 Nonmember
*
Early Bird fee good through 6/1/2011.
AICPA members take $30 off the price.
= Recommended for Yellow Book credit