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 OSCPA Ethics for CPAs

Chapter Event
5/21/2014 1:00 AM
5/21/2014 5:30 AM
Salem |

IIA members will have to call OSCPA to receive the member rate instead of being able to register online.


National Chair of the American Association of Attorneys-CPAs, instructor/author James Rigos, Attorney-CPA, will instruct on ethical topic areas applicable to CPAs in public practice.
NOTE: This course meets the Oregon Board of Accountancy's biennial 4-hour ethics requirement for all CPAs except those in their first two-year reporting period.

Designed For
Individual CPAs desiring to refresh their sensitivity in key new engagement decisions * CPA firms desiring a focused training workshop for both partners and general staff employees covering the most sensitive ethical dilemmas * Quality Control Partners reviewing and updating their internal CPA firm ethical principles and procedures * CPAs wanting to receive 4 hours of Oregon approved ethics required biennially.

C/o Rigos Prof Education Programs Ltd
Instructor: James Joseph. Rigos
Location:Salem Convention Center
 200 Commercial St SE
 Salem, Oregon 
Level: Update
Credits: 4.0
Meals: Refreshments provided

Gain more confidence in your personal and professional independence-related, conflict of interest and confidentiality ethical judgments and an increased sensitivity towards sensitive accounting ethical issues and dilemmas * Become familiar with new Oregon and AICPA releases in these critical areas.

CPA responsibilities and prohibited conduct described in the AICPA Code of Ethics Rule 101, 102 and 301 * How to spot the three types of potential conflicts of interest and confidentiality dilemmas * How to apply independence under the "engagement team" approach * How the courts and State Board have applied the fiduciary duty status to Oregon CPAs.
Member Fee:$169Nonmember Fee:$219

 Available Discounts
AICPA Member:noneAccounting Educator:-$84

NOTE: This course meets the Oregon Board of Accountancy’s biennial 4-hour ethics requirement for all CPAs except those in their first two-year reporting period.