Best Practices for Managing Audit and Tax Engagements
Register for this webinar by August 27, 2013
Follow this link to register. After this seminar has passed, the recording will still be available. CPE credit will be available to live attendees only.
Event Date: August 27, 2013 Only
Improving the efficiency of your engagements even further is possible! Join thought leader Scott Roush, CPA as he shares time saving best practices for audit and tax engagements. From this session, you'll learn:
- Tips & tricks to easier engagement management
- Integration that produces ROI and improved client service
- How to effortlessly overcome common pain points with the help of ProSystem fx® Engagement
Scott D. Roush, CPA
Hill, Barth & King LLC
Scott is a Principal in the Boardman, Ohio office of Hill, Barth & King LLC (HbK) and has been with the firm since 2005. He began his career in public accounting in 1990.
Scott has served clients extensively in the areas of accounting, auditing and financial reporting. Over his career he has also consulted a variety of clients with mergers/acquisitions, public/private debt and equity offerings, restructuring improvement initiatives and numerous other technical accounting matters.
Scott serves on the HbK Assurance Practice Committee and is one of HbK's Quality Control Principals, providing secondary review services as well as research and counsel on complex accounting issues.
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Brian Siet has a Bachelor of Science Degree Cum Laude in Business Administration concentration in Accounting from Northeastern University in Boston. Brian is a CPA and worked for CBIZ Tofias for 8 years in the A&A department and Tax department. During this time Brian was instrumental in implementing policies and procedures with the firms work paper management system, ProSystem Engagement, as well as other A&A and Tax solutions. Brian joined CCH in 2005, conducting quality accounting, auditing and tax presentations for a variety of audiences. Over the past 7 years, he has performed many speaking engagements at firm user groups and state societies on both A&A and tax workflow.
|Advance Preparation Needed||none|
|Delivery Method||Group-Internet Based|
|Recommended CPE Credit||1 credit per 50-minute session*|
|Registration Instructions||register online|
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* To obtain CPE credit, the live session must be attended. The recording does not qualify for credit.
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