Upcoming Events

May
10

Preparations, Compilation and Review (Webinar) 8 CE

This presentation will be a one day webinar, speaker -Bob Jennings
AAI Member - $235.00  Non AAI Member - $260.00
Printed manual postage will be $20.00. Polling questions are required for CE.
 
Webinar Description
This course has been updated through and
including SSARS 24 and has been written by actual
practitioners. It includes dozens of example report
letters, engagement letters, client letters and unofficial
checklists. It has been described by attendees as
the most useful accounting course they have ever
attended. The instructor begins with a rapid review
of the latest SSARS and alerts and then discusses
the requirements for prepared financial statements,
including disclaimers and an engagement letter
example. The course then moves into an in-depth
review of the requirements for compilations, again
with engagement letters and example report letters.
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