Professional Conduct & Ethics: Dealing with Ethical Crises | PRCO4OD16

Product Code :
PRCO4OD16
Format :
On-demand
Level :
Overview
Designed For :
CPAs who need to meet their general ethics requirement.
Field of Interest :
Regulatory Ethics
Prerequisite :
None
Credits :
4.00 CPE
Description :

No matter your workplace or specialization, all CPAs make professional decisions. In this course, you will gain tools to help you choose between alternative solutions and review how to use the revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. We'll review interactive case studies where you will have the opportunity to decide what you would do if put in a compromising position. This program is designed to meet the four-hour ethics education requirement. The webcast was originally broadcast on May 12, 2016. Note: There is a minimum passing rate of 70% for this course.

Formerly titled: Professional Conduct and Ethics Webcast: Anticipating and Preventing an Ethical Crisis

Objectives :

  • Identify ethical situations in both your professional and personal lives.
  • Determine your ability to specifically recognize potential violations of the profession's rules and regulations.
  • Select the best alternative for communicating your decision.
  • Identify and deal with ethical dilemmas.

Major Topics :

  • Tools to help you in ethical decision making
  • Revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct
  • Communicating delicate issues
  • Real-life case studies

Advanced Prep :
None
About the Author :
Berkowitz Arthur Lee - Art Berkowitz, C.P.A. is a long-time resource for continuing professional education. Using his 30+ years of experience in public accounting, he now develops webcasts and practical self-study courses for accountants and financial professionals. Art has presented seminars for the California State University system, the University of Denver, Spidell Publishing, Jackson Hewitt, the Hearst Corporation, the Internal Revenue Service, the Institute of Internal Auditors, National Tax Institute (NTI), Western CPE, Practitioners Publishing Company (PPC), the American Society of Women Accountants, Meeting Professionals International, local and international CPA firms, and more than a dozen state CPA societies. Art is also an experienced and noted author. He has written for numerous professional publications, including a weekly online column for The Wall Street Journal. Art also wrote a book on the Enron debacle, Enron: A Professional’s Guide to the Events, Ethical Issues, and Proposed Reforms.