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Tax Ethics: Revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Webinar

CPE

When
March 28
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

CPE Credits
2-Ethics

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $79 | Nonmember: $104


 More Information

Course No.
TVRAC2-032818
Level
Intermediate
Prerequisites
None

Description

Define the rules and professional code for conducting the most ethical business and practice.

Highlights

  • Explanation of the revised Code of Professional Conduct.
  • Principles of professional conduct.
  • Compliance with standards.
  • Contingent fees.


Speaker(s)

Douglas J. Van Der Aa, CPA, JD

Doug is a lively and energetic speaker - even on the subject of taxes!
 
Doug’s professional practice is focused on serving the needs of closely held businesses and their owners, including their pass-through entities, estates and trusts. Doug’s 20+ years of experience includes both tax practice in CPA firms and the practice of transactional business and real estate law as an attorney.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in accounting from Dordt College and his Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois College of Law. Doug has taught as an Adjunct and recently completed a year as a Visiting Professor in the School of Accounting at Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he taught in both the undergraduate and MST programs.

 

 


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