Learning Cafe Series presented by SCACPA and SC Bar
Dollars and uncommon sense
The South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants and South Carolina Bar – CLE Division are excited to present “Dollars and Uncommon Sense: Learning Cafes for Lawyers and CPAs.” These three unique educational and networking opportunities are offered in Greenville, Myrtle Beach and Columbia and each brings together outstanding co-presenters from the CPA and attorney perspectives on timely topics of interest for both professions. Each program gives you the opportunity to enjoy a networking lunch with your colleagues, as well as gain valuable insights and focused, practical instruction on developing the right corporate structure for your business clients, understanding and utilizing key concepts in business valuations in domestic, probate, or business dissolution cases, and structuring your personal injury settlements so as to maximize your clients’ financial interests in personal injury cases. In addition, each of these powerful courses are geared toward helping attorneys and CPAs better understand each others’ unique roles and in developing better, more cooperative professional working relationships so as to ultimately better serve our clients. Come join your professional colleagues and one or all of these convenient, practical, and exciting programs. Register today as seating will be limited!
Wednesday, October 24
Key Concepts in Understanding Valuations in Probate, Domestic, and Business Cases (LC102412) - Hennie van Bulck, MBA, PhD, CPA/ABV and R. Michael Munden, Esq., CPA, CLU, ChFC
Monday, November 12
Structuring Settlements to Maximize Your Client’s Interests (LC111212) - Kristen E. Buch, CPA and Mark D. Chappell, Esq.
Tuesday, December 4
Helping Your Client Select the Right Corporate Structure (LC091712) - Catherine Stoddard, CPA/ABV, CVA, Jeffrey T. Allen, Esq., LLM, and Jimmy Denning, Jr., Esq., LLM (Taxation)
All programs include 2 hours of CPE or 1.67 hours of MCLE and lunch. Click each event title for specific program details.
Book sale discounts during events noted below:
Seminar: Helping Your Client Select the Right Corporate Structure
South Carolina Corporate Practice Manual, Second Edition
Professor Gregory B. Adams, Professor James R. Burkhard, Joseph D. Clark, Sherwood M. Cleveland, Brant J. Hellwig and David A. Merline Jr., Copyright 2005
The South Carolina Corporate Practice Manual, Second Edition is a comprehensive and practical handbook designed for both the general practitioner and corporate specialist. This updated resource tracks the entire process of forming and operating most types of corporate entities.
Fully updated since the First Edition, the book includes practical instructions on advising clients about selecting the correct corporate entity, choosing and protecting the corporate name, corporate finance and control, and securities. Model articles, bylaws, resolutions, minutes, tax and other forms are included on CD.
Regular price: $150.00 Seminar Price: $127.50
South Carolina Limited Liability Companies & Limited Liability Partnerships, Fourth Edition
Scott Y. Barnes, Professor James R. Burkhard, Joseph D. Clark, Richard C. Handel, Burnet R. Maybank III, Professor Martin C. McWilliams Jr., and David A. Merline Jr., Copyright 2012
South Carolina Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, Fourth Edition, takes a hands-on, how-to approach to forming and operating LLCs and LLPs. You will get practical insights on choosing, forming, and operating limited liability entities, valuable analysis of tax and securities issues, and most importantly, practical, easy-to-follow instructions and sample forms for preparing South Carolina LLC and LLP operating agreements.
The Fourth Edition contains nine LLC operating agreements, an agreement of conversion, all of the Secretary of State official LLC and LLP forms, and revisions of practically every chapter since the Third Edition. Best of all, your Fourth Edition entitles you to receive, at no extra charge, a CD containing every operating agreement and links to the Secretary of State website where you can find copies of the official forms found in the book.
Regular Price: $150.00 Seminar Price: $127.50
Buy both books at sale price of: $245.00
Seminar: Key Concepts in Understanding Valuations in Probate, Domestic, and Business Cases
Lawyers’ Valuations and Accounting Desk Book, Raymond E. McKay Jr., JD, CPA, Copyright 2008
Lawyers’ Valuations and Accounting Desk Book is a “sequel” to Business Valuations for Lawyers, published by the South Carolina Bar a number of years ago.
The idea was to not only update the previous book from a technical standpoint, but to take an easier approach to a subject that has probably been treated in most books with more mystery than necessary. In addition, the scope was broadened to include two new chapters related to divorce valuation, including retirement plans and employee stock options, along with an overview and tutorial of financial statements and basic accounting concepts.
The theme is simplicity. This is a book for practicing lawyers looking to get a basic handle on the subjects covered, not for experienced business valuers interested in esoteric nuances. It is more than a primer, but considerably less than an exhaustive treatise on the subjects covered. It is intended to provide basic, but long-lasting, assistance to the lawyer needed a quick-study of the topics.
Regular price: $45.00 Seminar Price: $35.00