This course covers the laws, rules, and regulations that apply to the licensure of accountants in the State of South Carolina, as well as those that apply to the practice of accounting in the State of South Carolina. This course is designed to meet the South Carolina Board of Accountancy regulation that requires two hours of CPE related to South Carolina Rules and Regulations.Find out more
In this course, SCACPA CEO Chris Jenkins will give a review of best practices regarding technology and security and provide an overview of IRS Publication 4557 including the FTC requirements for CPAs.Find out more
This course will cover the hot topics of 2019. We’ll look at the modifications to auditor's report issued by the AICPA. We’ll cover implementation issues with revenue recognition and leases. We’ll also look at risk assessment common deficiencies. This course will cover what the standard setters are prioritizing.
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• Discuss the changes in accounting for leases
• Describe common risk assessment deficiencies
• Modifications to the auditor’s report
• Identify the new guidance in revenue recognition
This course will cover nothing older than the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and will include every IRS explanation of how various parts of that law are supposed to work. These updates are comprehensive reviews of significant developments in Federal tax law, primarily during the last 12 months. The content is essential knowledge for any CPA providing tax advice or assisting in preparation of Federal income tax returns. Learn how the IRS is interpreting parts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Follow how federal courts are dealing with issues subject to interpretation. Learn planning and compliance strategies from recognized experts that can benefit your clients.Find out more
J. William Strickland, CPA and tax attorney, and a representative from the South Carolina Department of Revenue Policy Division, will answer your tax update questions in this informative session:
What has the legislature done? What happened with sales tax on e-tailers? What are the current Department of Revenue initiatives? How can CPAs and The Department of Revenue collaborate to serve the taxpayers of South Carolina?
Answers will be provided from legislation, regulations, rulings, cases, Department of Revenue Policy and the presenter’s personal experience.
Discussion Leader Bruce Nunnally, CPA, CPAFind out more