There are still opportunities for CPAs to earn their 6 hours of ethics requirements in December. Remember, this is the final year in the 3-year reporting period.
SCACPA members are invited to take part in a livestream rebroadcast of “A Culture of Regulatory Ethics: Make a Competitive Advantage” (LIET15) on Thursday, Dec. 20. Speaker Robert Charles, CPA, JD, MBA, leads this popular 4-hour course, which will run from 8:30-11:50 a.m.
This is in addition to the two-hour course, “Professional Conduct for South Carolina CPAs” (SMET08 in-person in Cayce; LIET08 for livestream) on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 8:30-10:20 a.m. SCACPA CEO Chris Jenkins leads this course that is designed to meet the South Carolina Board of Accountancy regulation that requires 2 hours of CPE related to South Carolina Rules and Regulations.
Click on the hyperlinks above to register, or you can email your request to CPE@scacpa.org or call 803.791.4181 for assistance.
REBROADCAST: A Culture of Regulatory Ethics: Make a Competitive Advantage (4 hours; LIET15) – Business Ethics is not just something “nice to do.” It creates a long-term competitive advantage and differentiates you from competitors. Speaker Robert Charles, CPA, JD, MBA, will walk through the steps to create an ethical business culture and learn specific ways CPAs can make better ethical decisions.
Objectives include learning to create a culture of ethics within your organization; identifying steps to build your ethics program; and using your ethical culture to create a competitive advantage.
[Retail cost: $180; or, CPE Bank: 4 hours]
Professional Conduct for South Carolina CPAs (2 hours; SMET08 in-person, LIET08 livestream) – Learn the laws, rules and regulations that apply to the licensure of accountants in South Carolina, as well as those that apply to the practice of accounting in the state. This course is designed for all CPAs licensed in South Carolina and meets the South Carolina Board of Accountancy regulation that requires two hours of CPE related to South Carolina Rules and Regulations.
Objectives include identifying the laws and regulations applicable to the practice of accountancy in South Carolina and how to comply with South Carolina laws and Board of Accountancy regulations. The major subjects are South Carolina Code of Laws – Title 40; South Carolina Code of Regulations – Board of Accountancy; and Application of South Carolina Accountancy Laws and Regulations.
[Retail cost: $80 in-person, $100 livestream; or, CPE Bank: 2 hours]
[Retail cost: $100]