Florida State University Accounting Conference

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Two Ways to Attend

There are now two ways to attend the Florida State University Accounting Conference. Attend the in-person event in Tallahassee or from the comfort of your home or office via the online Simulcast.

Overview

Up to17 Credits
In-Person or Online

Meet at Florida State for CPE That’s Great

You don’t have to travel far to be a part of one of the state’s best CPE events. Join us and CPAs from around the region at the state-of-the-art Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center from May 11 - 12, 2017. 

The Florida State University Accounting Conference offers up to 17 credit hours of CPE covering employment law, internal controls, accounting for leases, networking for young professionals, tax reform, revenue recognition and more, plus the updates you need on the economy, single audit, not-for-profit reporting and the Government Accounting Standards Board.

Experience the comradery of networking with fellow FSU alum and local professionals.

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CPE Credit

This conference qualifies for 10 Accounting & Auditing (AA) and 7 Technical Business (TB) of CPE credit and is subject to change. CPE Credit is subject to approval by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.


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Conference Materials

Conference reference materials are distributed to registrants electronically in advance of the program. There will not be printed material available on site. This fully searchable PDF includes speaker presentations and is intended for electronic use only.

Objectives

  • Discuss key points of risk throughout the employment life cycle, common mistakes involving employee leave and preparing for coming changes to federal wage and hour laws.
  • Look at the design and maintenance process for internal control environments
  • Discuss the requirements of the new lease accounting rules, how to apply them and the impact they may have on your financial statements

Major Topics

  • Economic Update
  • Internal Controls-Designs, Review and Maintenance
  • Tax Reform
  • GASB Update
  • Cyper Security
  • Forensic Accounting Investigations

Designed For

This conference is designed for CPAs in public practice, education, government, and industry.

Prerequisite

Some familiarity with accounting, auditing, and financial management in the public sector.

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