New York

This course, combined with Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions, satisfies the NYS Board for Public Accountancy's mandatory ethics CPE requirement. Learn the fundamentals, advance your knowledge and stay current with the latest professional ethics and independence rules. (Sponsor License # 002925)

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Professional Ethics: New York

This webinar briefs you on the New York (NY) State Board for Public Accountancy’s rules and regulations and developments that impact your practice as a NY CPA. Also discussed are areas in the NY rules that diverge from the AICPA and NYSSCPA Codes and how to apply the Codes’ Conceptual Framework to address an ethical issue. Whether in public practice or business, this webinar provides the information you need to stay in compliance. 

IMPORTANT: This course, combined with Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions, satisfies NYs board for public accountancy's s ethics CPE requirement.

After completing this course, you will be able to: 

  • identify ethical requirements for professional practice in NY; 
  • recognize important elements of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct; and
  • distinguish between the NY requirements and the AICPA and NYSSCPA Codes. 

Credits earned:
2 CPE credits
Credit Note:
Participants can earn two (2) CPE credit(s), which counts towards the NY State Board for Public Accountancy’s mandatory professional ethics CPE requirement. (Sponsor License # 002925)
Who should attend:
CPAs who need current knowledge about their professional responsibilities in NY
Field of Study:
Regulatory Ethics
Advanced Preparation:
Delivery Method:
Group Internet Based