Discussion Leader Rosalyn Glenn, CPAFind 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.
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 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
Business Ethics is not just something "nice to do." It creates a long-term competitive advantage that separates you from the pack. This session walks you through the steps to create an ethical business culture and teaches specific ways CPAs can make better ethical decisions.Find out more
This presentation concentrates on federal tax developments, including the effect of new tax laws on businesses of all kinds: Corporations, S Corporations, Partnerships, LLCs and even Sole Proprietorships reporting on Form 1040 Schedule C. Code Sections 163(j), 199A, and 461(l)(1)(B), will all affect 2019 tax liabilities and 2020 tax planning.
The team will add over 50 relevant cases and rulings and make time for questions and discussion. If your tax work concentrates on tax advice and compliance for business entities, you will gain useful knowledge from this program presented by the most experienced members of the Tax Team.
This course will look at the recent activities of FASB as well as the Auditing Standards Board and Accounting & Review Services Committee of the AICPA. We’ll look at the impact of the new standards and how you can prepare to implement them in a practical way. We’ll discuss the Audit Quality Initiative of the AICPA and take a look at some common audit issues.
Key focus areas include:
- Recent accounting standard updates (ASUs)
- Revenue recognition
- Financial instruments
- SAS 133
- SSARS 24
- AICPA Auditor’s Report
- Enhancing audit quality initiative
Why wait for your company's defenses to be breached?
Tackling Fraud Within the Workplace
Fraud consumes an estimated 5% of corporate revenue and every business--regardless of size--is a potential target for fraud. This workshop will explore the “why” and “how” behind the fraudulent activities occurring in the workplace. Oftentimes, dishonest employees target weaknesses in the company’s systems, or shrewd third parties use “social engineering” tactics to breach a company’s defenses. Proper fraud awareness training is crucial to a company’s well-being and culture. All levels inside a company, from employees to company owners, should have a basic knowledge and understanding of how these fraud schemes work and how to recognize the warning signs. The workshop will examine the schemes, the motives, the opportunities, the problems and the risks. We will also set the framework for evaluating matters from an ethical lens instead of only applying a business or personal lens.
Discussion Leader Paul Evangelist, CPA, CGMAFind out more