This virtual conference will be held during two consecutive 4-hour days (8:30 am - 12:00 pm on May 18 & 8:30 am - 12:10 pm on May 19).
Please note that when you register for this conference you are automatically registering for both days.
This CTCPA conference is designed to update practitioners and government finance officers in the area of governmental accounting and auditing.
CPAs involved in governmental accounting and auditing. Also appropriate for government finance officers.
Instructions for accessing the livestream and course materials will be sent one week before the program date.
Tuesday, May 18
Presented by: Lisa R. Parker, CPA, CGMA - Senior Project Manager, Governmental Accounting Standards Board
This session will give an overview of the GASB pronouncements that become effective in the coming fiscal years as well as some pronouncements that were directly related to the CARES Act and the impact of the pandemic. Time permitting, the session also will explain some of the projects on GASB’s current technical agenda and research agenda.
Presented by: William A. Early, Jr., CPA - Principal, State and Local Government at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP)
Jim Kreiser - Principal, Risk Management, Specialized Advisory Services at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP)
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Wednesday, May 19
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Presented by: Rebecca A. Sielman, FSA - Principal and Consulting Actuary at Milliman
We will discuss mortality tables, interest rate assumptions, and other actuarial assumptions that have a material impact on the measurement of pension and OPEB liabilities. We will cover national sources of data as well as local experience studies, and we will demonstrate the extent to which changes in the assumptions can move the liabilities.
Presented by: Stephen Pedneault, CPA/CFF, CFE - Principal of Forensic Accounting Services, LLC
In the media: Rita Crundwell of Dixon, Il, $53 Million; Henry Centrella of Winsted, $2 million; Fred Manfredonia of Stamford, $351,000; Tomecka Gilkes of Prospect, $100,000; John Reynolds of Norwalk, $26,000; Catherine Finkle of East Haven, $38,000; Eleanor Cruz of Hebron, $14,000; and Matthew George of Glastonbury, about $1,000. Fraud, theft and abuse is happening in cities and towns across the country. Given the societal and economic impacts the pandemic has had, fraud, theft and abuse is likely more prevalent today just waiting to be discovered, and towns and municipalities can’t afford to have their limited funds diverted. Now is the time to be vigilant.
Non-Member Price $394.00
Member Price $269.00