GASB 68 for Local Governments (Local Government Conference)


CPE Credits



PICPA Member: $58 | Nonmember: $78

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Please note, this course may qualify for Yellow Book CPE credit. Determining which courses qualify for the Yellow Book 24-hour requ


If you attended the Local Government Conference on July 13-14, 2015, this course would be considered a duplicate and cannot be used towards your CPE requirement.

Hear Joseph Seibert, CPA, CGFM and G. Anthony Meadows, CPA, CITP, cover the following:

Review the impact of GASB 67 and GASB 68 on pensions and pension plans.

Short on time? Learn about:

  • Classifications of pension plans
  • How contributing employers need to account for net pension liability
  • Rules used to determine pension liability
  • AICPA white paper on multi-employer plans


Joseph E. Seibert , CPA
President 2017-2018

Advisory Partner

Joseph, an advisory partner with KPMG LLP in Harrisburg, assists clients with the evaluation and implementation of leading practices for managing risk, compliance, and internal controls. As PICPA president he will focus on leveraging the new Pennsylvania CPA Foundation to help drive diversity and grow the CPA pipeline, increasing the engagement of young professionals within the association's leadership, and advancing the dialogue on leveraging new technologies into service offerings.

G. Anthony Meadows, CPA.CITP

Manager, Public Markets Reporting and Analysis

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Public School Employees Retirement System (PSERS)

G. Anthony (Tony) Meadows is a graduate of Albright College.  Before joining PSERS, Tony worked for a regional accounting firm in Harrisburg, Pa area providing audit and tax services to several entities in various segments of the business community.  Tony also specialized in Employee Benefit Plan audits which prepared him for his transition to PSERS.  In addition to his accounting manager role for the $49 billion pension plan, Tony also assists in the preparation of the yearly Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), provides research on various tax-related issues, and assists in the application of new standards as issued by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).


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