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ETHICS: PRESSURES & PERCEPTIONS
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A REVIEW OF CIRCULAR 230 AND THE AICPA STATEMENTS ON STANDARDS FOR TAX SERVICES
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MANAGING ETHICAL DILEMMAS FOR TEXAS CPAS
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REGULATORY ETHICS GUIDEBOOK FOR CPAs: AICPA CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
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ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN REPRESENTATION
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ETHICS FOR CPAS: AICPA CODE CHANGES & NEW BUSINESS CHALLENGES
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A CPA's Guidebooks for Ethical Behavior for Colorado CPAs

A CPA'S GUIDEBOOKS FOR ETHICAL BEHAVIOR FOR COLORADO CPAS

This webinar qualifies for CO Ethics credit. | Access the learning materials in the course materials section.
CPE Processing Fee$80.00
Webinar TranscriptionN/A
Presentation Length Hour(s)4.0 hours
CPE4.0
Subject AreaEthics (Regulatory)
Course LevelBasic
Instructional MethodQAS Self-Study
PrerequisitesNone
Advance PreparationNone
Recorded DateFeb 04, 2019
Date OfferedFeb 01, 2019
Series: Ethics
Course Description

A CPA is challenged in today’s work world to not only serve his/her client or employer but also to protect the public interest by ensuring that there is transparency in financial reporting or there is fair administration of the tax laws. In balancing the two interests, a CPA may find him or herself in an ethical dilemma. This course covers not only basic ethical frameworks, but also specific rules from the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, Title 12, Article 2 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, and the Rules of the State Board of Accountancy found in Chapter 3 of the Code of Colorado Regulations, Section 705-1. These sources govern the practice and responsibilities of Colorado CPAs. It concludes with a section on how a CPA can put his or her ethics into action.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
 
1. To educate licensees in ethics of professional accounting as CPAs.
 
2. To convey the intent of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and the Colorado Rules & Regulations in the performance of professional accounting services/work, not to adhere to the mere technical compliance of such rules.
 
3. To assist the CPA in applying ethical judgment in interpreting the rules and determining public interest. Public interest should be placed ahead of self-interest, even if it means a loss of job or client.
 
4. To review the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and Colorado Rules & Regulations and to discuss their implications for persons in a variety of practices, including:  


  • CPAs in client practice of public accountancy who perform attest and non-attest services.

  • CPAs employed in industry who provide internal accounting and auditing services.

  • CPAs employed in education or in government accounting or auditing.


This course discusses the Colorado Statutes and Rules that pertain to CPAs licensed to practice in the state of Colorado. Students will become familiar with the Colorado Revised Statutes, the Rules of the State Board of Accountancy, and the Policies adopted by the Board currently in effect and how the statutes, rules, and policies pertain to them.
 
Specific rules reviewed include the following:


  • Organization and duties of the Board

  • State Board of Accountancy Website (overview)

  • Certified Public Accountant Designation

  • Proper use - Holding Out

  • Types of Certificates

  • Status and maintenance of Certificates

  • Licensure – Examination and certification

  • Continuing professional education

  • Disclosures

  • Names

  • Mobility/Practice Privilege and reciprocity

  • Peer Review

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  • Per NASBA guidelines, you have one year from date of purchase to complete each program.
  • Complete your final exam at any time and get graded instantly. You can retake the exam at no additional charge (unlimited attempts).
  • Print your own certificate of completion on the spot upon passing the exam.
  • Grading policies: a) courses have a minimum passing score 70% b) test takers will not be provided feedback on failed exams.
  • Upon achieving a passing score, test takers will be notified of the correct answers to the questions missed.

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Professor Allsion McLeod is currently a full-time Senior Lecturer at the University of North Texas, and has taught classes in Corporate Income Taxes, Multi-jurisdictional Taxation, Individual Taxes, Tax Research, Ethics and Financial Accounting. Prior to going into academia, she worked for 18 years in industry and in a Big Four accounting firm. Professor McLeod earned a law degree from Baylor School of Law, and an LL.M. degree in Taxation from Southern Methodist School of Law. She has been a licensed CPA since 1993 and has been licensed to practice law since 1992.

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Allison M. (Yee) McLeod, LL.M., JD, CPA, has served as an expert witness in multi-million dollar cases involving tax litigation and accounting malpractice.

Professor McLeod is also a full-time Senior Lecturer at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.  Her courses include Ethics, Corporate Taxation, Tax Research and Financial Accounting.