Florida's common interest realty association market points to opportunity and demand for your services.
Whether it's your firm's specialty or a new line of business, we designed this conference to give you the advantage when seeking and serving community association clients.
The 2014 FICPA Common Interest Realty Associations Conference agenda covers examples of CIRA fraud cases; how compilation and review standards apply to CIRAs; emerging industry issues; technical A&A matters pertaining to CIRAs and much more.
1Source: The 2013 Statistical Review for U.S. Homeowners Associations, Condominium Communities and Housing Cooperatives by the Foundation for Community Association Research; available at www.cairf.org.
This conference qualifies for 16 hours of CPE credit and is subject to change. CPE credit is subject to approval by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Type of credit is dependent upon breakout selection.
This conference was developed in part by the Common Interest Realty Associations Committee.
This conference qualifies for up to 16 hours of CPE Credit, subject to approval by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The type of credit depends on concurrent breakouts chosen. Please indicate choice of breakouts on the registration form.
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.
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