Thanks to all our attendees for Virtual Spring Splash on May 14-15 to meet your CPE needs. We offered two full tracks of Tax and A&A via livestream that added up to 10 total courses for 32 hours of CPE.
Now, we’ve also got you covered for learning tracks of Business and Industry, Government, Nonprofit, Variety, Ethics and more. We are recording our speakers in advance as they deliver the content of all these sessions, and those courses will be offered online throughout June.
In the two weeks of May after Virtual Spring Splash, we delivered an addition 10 livestream courses for 31.5 hours of learning.
In the month of June, we are offering 31 livestream courses for a total of 65.5 hours of learning.
That means SCACPA delivered the most May and June livestream courses in its history with 61 online courses for 129 hours of learning.
Through June, SCACPA is offering:
18 hours of Business and Industry
17 hours of Variety (Communications and Marketing, Information Technology, Personnel/Human Resources, Specialized Knowledge)
9 hours Tax
8 hours of A&A
6 hours of Ethics
4 hours of Nonprofit
5 hours of Government A&A
Register now as our elite practitioners and speakers continue the high-quality CPE you require – combined with the convenience and security of online livestream presentations.
It’s all part of SCACPA’s commitment to keep you informed and up-to-date on your CPE even in the midst of our work-from-a-distance measures. Stay tuned to SCACPA social media, our blog and www.scacpa.org.
For a full list of all our upcoming livestream and rebroadcast course offerings, you can always visit our catalog at www.scacpa.org/events. If this will be your first time taking SCACPA livestream, or it’s been a while and would like a refresher, here’s a brief tutorial about our classroom:
Here are our CPE options based on their track. Click on the individual links for fuller descriptions of each course and to register.
(Note: To help make it easier for you to find upcoming classes, we have been updating this list to remove links and descriptions of courses that have already occurred.)
A&A (8 Total Hours in June)
Wednesday, June 3
8:30 a.m.-noon: Audits of 401(K) Update (New audit standards for Employee Benefit Plan) (Instructor: Bruce Nunnally) (LIAA64) (Credit: 4 hours)
2:30 p.m. – 3:20 p.m.: The Cost of Capital (Debt & Equity) The When, Why & How (Instructor: David R. Peters) (LIAA79) (Credits: 1 hour)
Tuesday, June 23
8:30 a.m.-9:45 a.m.: Big Data & Data Analytics: Why Data is the Future of Accounting (Instructor: David Davis) (LITE61) (Credit: 1.5 hours)
3 p.m.-3:50 p.m.: Cyber-Liability and the Credit Card Industry (Instructor: Amy Mann) (LITE63) (Credit: 1 hour)
ETHICS (6 Total Hours in June)
Thursday, June 11
10:20 a.m.-noon: South Carolina Ethics, Rules and Regulations (Instructor: Chris Jenkins) (LIET50) (Credit: 2 hours)
1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.: A Culture of Regulatory Ethics (Instructor: Robert Baldwin) (LIET51) (Credit: 4 hours)
GOVERNMENT (3.5 Total Hour in June)
Tuesday, June 9
1 p.m.-1:50 p.m.: Data Collection Form and FAC Update – Tips and Tricks to Ensuring a Successful Filing (Instructor: Timothy Michael Lyons) (LIAA83) (Credit: 1 hour)
Tuesday, June 30
8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.:Technologies Transforming Government and CPAs (Instructors: Brandon Smith and Jameson Miller) (LIAA84) (Credit: 1.5 hour) Description: Technologies that disrupt government agencies and traditional accounting services are hitting the industry at an accelerating pace. CPAs who work at government agencies or who provide professional services to government agencies can parse the hype and buzzwords to identify threats to and opportunities. The course will review cybersecurity best practices and navigate IT Services provided by CPAs.
NONPROFIT (4 Total Hours in June)
Tuesday, June 9
8:30 a.m.-10:10 a.m.: Managerial Accounting: The Key to Operating a Successful Nonprofit (Instructor: Rosalyn Glenn) (LIAA81) (Credit: 2 hours
Thursday, June 18
8:30 a.m.-10:10 a.m.: It’s Time for a Tune-up: Time to Check-In with Nonprofits and Look at Their Fraud Risk (Instructor: Ramona Farrell) (LIAA71) (Credits: 2 hours)
TAX (7 Total Hours in June)
Wednesday, June 10
8:30 a.m.-10:10 a.m.: SBA Form 3508 and PPP Loan Forgiveness (Instructors: Bradley P. Burnett and E. Lynn Nichols) (LITX45) (Credit: 2 hours)
10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.: Qualified Opportunity Zone Investment (John Scott Wells) (LITX61) (Credit: 2 hours)
Thursday, June 11
8:30 a.m.-10:10 a.m.: IRS PUB 4557 Safeguarding Taxpayer Data (Instructor: Chris Jenkins) (LITX60) (Credit: 2 hours)
Wednesday, June 24
8:30 a.m.-9:45 a.m.: Catching Up on Cost Segregation: A Current Look at Accelerated Property Depreciation (Instructor: Ron Antal) (LITX62) (Credit: 1.5 hours)
10 a.m.-11:15 a.m.: 1031 Property Exchanges via Passive Ownership – Capital Gains and Depreciation Recapture Deferral (Instructor: John Scott Wells) (LITX63) (Credit: 1.5 hours)
Friday, June 26
8:30 p.m.-10:10 a.m. (rescheduled broadcast time): Tax Deadlines and COVID-19: Spillway Busted Partly Wide Open, The Expectations Can Eat You Alive (Instructors: Bradley P. Burnett and E. Lynn Nichols ) (LITX47) (Credit: 2 hours)
Monday, June 29
1 p.m.-2:40 p.m. (additional rescheduled broadcast time): Tax Deadlines and COVID-19: Spillway Busted Partly Wide Open, The Expectations Can Eat You Alive (Instructors: Bradley P. Burnett and E. Lynn Nichols ) (LITX48) (Credit: 2 hours) Description: The interest-free loans are great, and the deferral of payment for payroll taxes is helpful to many employers. But all the changes are not in the law, some have been made by the IRS – and may not be what you expect. This program will inform the tax practitioner about all the deadlines that have been affected by changes in the law or administrative practice. From the due date for payroll taxes to the dates for submitting proposals for payment of tax deficiencies, this program will prepare you to never miss a deadline AND to take advantage of all extended periods for compliance.
Tuesday, June 30
3 p.m.-3:50 p.m.: Mergers & Acquisitions Market Update and Impact of COVID-19 (Instructor: Pat Martin) (LIAA85) (Credit: 1 hour) Description:Gain insight to the effects COVID-19 on the Mergers & Acquisitions market and the outlook for current and future transaction activity. Major subjects include Introduction & Market Backdrop, Business Owner Mindset and Private Equity. Designed for public accountants, CFOs, Financial Advisors, Trust & Estate and Merger & Acquisition attorneys, and deal makers and service providers from the M&A community.
VARIETY (17 Total Hours in June)
Wednesday, June 17
1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.: Soft Skills – Leadership and Communication (Instructor: Ramona Farrell) (LIAA70) (Credit: 4 hours)
Thursday, June 18
10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.: Cohesive Teams – What Kind of Glue are You Using? (Instructor: Ramona Farrell) (LIAA72) (Credit: 1 hour)
1 p.m.-2:15 p.m. Integrity: A Must-Have for Leadership and Building Trust in Your Organization (Instructor: Ramona Farrell) (LIAA73) (Credit: 1.5 hours)
1 p.m.-1:50 p.m.: Office 365: Five Tools to Impress Your Clients (Instructor: Chip Reaves) (LITE64) (Credit: 1 hour)
Tuesday, June 30
10:00 a.m.-11:15 a.m.:2020 Information Technology Insights – The Three Factors Driving Tech in 2020 (Instructor: Brian Painter) (LITE65) (Credit: 1.5 hours) Description: Understand how the exponential growth of data is unlocking new possibilities, and at the same time causing privacy concerns. Learn the difference between 5G and previous cellular technology, as well as practical tips for cybersecurity at work and at home. Major subjects include scale rate of user adoption, cloud infrastructure, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Those who are unprepared for changes will miss out on opportunities.
1 p.m.-2:40 p.m.:Employee Benefit Trends and Industry Updates (Instructors: Denise Cabrera, Phillip M. Floyd, Anne Hensley, Edward Johnson and Katie O’Neill) (LIOT61) (Credit: 2 hours) Description: Understand the challenges facing employers who sponsor employee benefit plans, including the lingering impacts of COVID-19, election year updates, and drivers of cost such as managing at-risk populations and understanding the increasing costs of pharmacy benefits, including specialty drugs and alternative therapies. Subjects include actuarial & analytics; pharmacy benefits; clinical wellness; and regulatory compliance.