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How to Unlock 1500+ Audit Hours (a CCH Customer's Voice event)

Register for this webinar by November 26, 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: Nov 26, 2013 Only

Join thought leaders Bill Jenczyk and Brian Siet as they discuss how DiCicco, Gulman & Company LLP is experiencing significant efficiencies and improved quality per audit. Some of what you will learn includes:

  • Why a knowledge-based audit is better than checklist-based one.
  • Best practices for creating your own efficiencies and improved audit quality.
  • How CCH's Accounting & Audit solutions help make firms more successful.



Bill Jenczyk

Bill is an Audit Principal with over 24 years of experience, he provides advisory, accounting and
audit services to a wide range of fast-growing and mature private companies in both Real
Estate and Commercial Business.


Brian Siet
Technology Sales with CCH

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.


Program Levelbasic
Advance Preparation Needednone
Delivery MethodGroup-Internet Based
Recommended CPE Credit1 credit per 50-minute session*
Registration Instructionsregister online


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* To obtain CPE credit, the live session must be attended.  The recording does not qualify for credit.