This program reviews the composition of financial statements and accounting terminology including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”), International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) and efforts in the United States to converge GAAP and IFRS. The program also provides an overview of how readers of financial statements evaluate reported financial information to assess a company-s financial condition and performance.
The program also reviews the auditor-s responsibility to detect fraud, litigation of accounting malpractice claims and other issues facing the accounting profession. The final session discusses best practices in performing financial accounting due diligence including review for compliance with federal, state, and foreign laws and regulations, and use of accounting terms in legal documents.
• Understanding Financial Statements
• Analyzing the Financial Statement
• Current Issues Facing Accountants and Auditors
• Drafting Legal Documents Using Accounting Language
• Auditors' Responsibility to Detect Fraud, Corporate Investigations and Accounting Malpractice Litigation
David L. Evans, CPA, Esq.(Chair, Moderator and Speaker)
Martin, Shudt, Wallace, DiLorenzo, & Johnson
William F. Chandler, JD, CPA/ABV, CFA, ASA
Spectrum Consulting Partners, LLC
New York City
Jeffrey R. Klahr, CPA
Mary E. MacKrell, CPA
William A. Zeronda, CPA
Total MCLE Credits 7.0
Ethics MCLE Credits 1.0
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Total Credits: 7.00 | Ethics: 1.00, Skills: 6.00