Reznick Group to host free national webcast on new audit and accounting standards

Subject matter experts from the national CPA firm, Reznick Group, will host a national webcast on Wed., Oct. 3, 2007, from 2-4:30 pm ET to present a detailed outline of new audit standards and explain new accounting requirements for implementing and maintaining internal controls within an organization. Issues to be addressed in-depth include: uncertainty in income tax positions (FIN 48); risk assessment (SAS 104-114); and fair value reporting of financial instruments, mergers and acquisitions, and stock options (FAS 123R, 133, 141, 142, 155, 157, 159).

Participation is free and enrollment is open to members of the business community. Completion of the full session qualifies for two Continuing Professional Education credits.

Featured speakers include:

  • Kurtis Wolff, CPA, National Leader, Audit and Accounting Practice

  • Brent Solomon, CPA, MSF, CVA, CM&AA, Practice Leader, Valuation and Transaction Advisory Group (VTAG)

  • Ernie Sanders, CPA, Principal, Corporate Tax Practice

    You can register for the national webcast. By clicking the New Student Registration button on the link provided, fill in the required information fields, and enter the pass code 42802.

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