Advanced Concepts in SSARS 21 & Nonattest Services: Are You Certain You Are in Compliance?

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  • Date/Time
    • Oct 18, 2018
    • Sign In: 7:45am (Mountain Time)
    • Program: 8:00am - 3:45pm (Mountain Time)
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  • Location
    • Your Computer
  • Credits
    • 8.00
  • Credit Type(s)
    • Accounting (Technical) (8.00)
  • Prerequisites
    • Experience with performing non-audit services

  • Vendor
    • *** ISCPA ***
  • Level
    • Advanced
  • Fields of Study
    • Auditing

Description

Web version for those Outside the Treasure Valley

Practitioners that provide non-audit services must strike the right balance between complying with relevant professional and regulatory standards, providing value-added client service, and mitigating litigation and other practice management risks. This course contains many case studies to reinforce best practices for managing the accounting, reporting, and performance issues associated with the attest services of compilations and reviews where reports are issued, as well as the SSARS 21 preparation of financial statements service and other nonattest engagements.

Designed For

Anyone who performs or supervises non-audit engagements

Objectives

  • Describe practice management risks associated with non-audit services
  • Properly apply relevant professional standards and regulations for non-audit services to minimize litigation and peer review risk
  • Leverage information obtained on engagements to enhance the quality of client service
  • Be familiar with the numerous illustrations, examples, and exercises related to practical guidance to implement important key learning points

Highlights

  • Navigating the impact of SSARS Nos. 21, 22, and 23 without risking noncompliance with professional and ethical requirements
  • Preventing malpractice claims related to nonattest accounting services
  • Identifying and safeguarding independence threats when issuing attest reports
  • Establishing an understanding with the client regarding non-audit services
  • Defining the varying levels of responsibility for accountants performing non-audit services
  • Performing compilations and reviews effectively and efficiently, including nature and extent of documentation considerations
  • Practice performing analytical review procedures appropriately, including developing proper advance expectations for review engagements
  • Properly considering going concern, subsequent events, and other disclosure matters
  • Common issues related to peer reviews, including recurring reporting problems
  • Applying financial analysis best practices to help your clients better interpret their financial results

Advanced Prep

  • Download PDF manual - view your upcoming events in "My CPE" on website
  • Test your computer/device for compatibility with virtual meeting space well in advance of your webinar

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Registration is closed. Please contact ISCPA at 208-344-6261 or email cpe@idcpa.org if you have any questions.

Leaders

Robert Wells

Robert "Wayne" Wells has over 45 years of experience in public accounting and annually instructs numerous continuing education seminars and in-firm training classes for continuing education providers in the areas of accounting, auditing, fraud, and taxation. Wells began his career in public accounting in 1970 with the national firm of what was then Touché, Ross & Co. in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1974, he joined a local firm in Nashville and provides accounting, auditing, fraud investigations, and tax services to small- and medium-sized businesses as well as extensive tax services to individuals. Wells graduated from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Economics. He holds a Certified Public Accountant certificate in Tennessee, and is also a Certified Fraud Examiner. He is a member of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Discussion Leader Award presented by the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, the 2014 Outstanding Discussion Leader Award presented by the AICPA, and the Surgent Outstanding Discussion Leader Award in 2016.

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