Loyola University Maryland Graduate Center Columbia Campus, 8890 McGaw Rd Columbia, MD 21045-4743
Revenue is probably the most important number in the financial statements. A joint FASB/IASB standard (ASU 2014-09) was rebuilds revenue accounting from the ground up.This course provides a comprehensive analysis of the guidance and its impact on your specific situation. Materials will be customized on request to address the issues and challenges that are crucial to your company.
Catch up on the latest developments in accounting and auditing for state and local governments and not-for-profits in a power-packed four-hour session. You will review recent activities of the OMB, GAO, AICPA, GASB, and FASB, and also get a feel for significant projects that these organizations are working on for the future.
CPAs will get an update of their ethical responsibilities under AICPA and state-based regulations. Case studies and practical examples will be used extensively.
What are some of the common frauds that occur in not-for-profit organizations and how could they have been avoided? Through an informative case study approach, this course illustrates common frauds that make headlines and damage the reputations of not-for-profit organizations. Rather than speaking generically about fraud, this course analyzes several common frauds that occur in the not-for-profit sector. Recognizing fraudulent or deceptive practices is not always easy, but this course will sharpen your forensic skills with techniques to help you to uncover fraudulent activities in the not-for-profit environment.
Keep abreast of the fast-paced changes in accounting and auditing. This comprehensive course covers all the relevant pronouncements, exposure drafts, and other guidance recently issued in the accounting and auditing arenas. Let us sort through all of the complexities and help you identify and apply recently issued FASB and ASB standards and guidance. With the rate of change in today’s regulatory environment, you must stay current on all of the topics impacting the profession – don’t get left behind!
This course provides an updated evaluation of the risks and challenges faced by business today. The financial crisis and the subsequent recovery have been different and more uneven than anything we have ever experienced. There are underlying problems which have yet to be confronted. This seminar focuses on the business implications of these challenges and the response they are making to survive in an increasingly challenging world.
If you supervise preparation, compilation, and review engagements, this course will help you comply with the professional standards by informing you of the latest developments and issues relevant to these engagements. Learn about the U.S. business economy, peer review, FASB updates, International Financial Reporting Standards, and other areas affecting preparation, compilation, and review engagements.
Many small to medium sized companies now outsource business processes in areas such as payroll collection or financial reporting. This involves sharing data across a variety of electronic platforms thereby making themselves vulnerable to cyber-attack. This course uses extensive examples to highlight the effects of cyber security breaches and strategies to mitigate these risks.