Upcoming Webinar: Navigating Affiliates of Attest Clients

Recently, we conducted a survey that asked which elements of the AICPA independence rules professionals find most challenging to apply. The top response (from about 53% of all respondents) was the Client Affiliates interpretation, so we are offering a one-credit CPE courses on that topic - please see the information below.

We hope you'll join us! 

AICPA Independence: Navigating Affiliates of Attest Clients

Live Webinar – February 10, 2022 @ 11am ET

Independence compliance is a critical prerequisite for performing audits and other attest engagements. In this webinar, you’ll learn to identify the affiliates of financial statement attest clients and to apply the Client Affiliates interpretation under the AICPA Independence Rule, including an exception that may apply when performing nonattest services for an affiliate and recently issued nonauthoritative guidance.

After completing this course, you will be able to:    

• Identify the affiliates of a financial statement attest client, and

• Apply the Client Affiliates interpretation of the AICPA Independence Rule.

Participants will earn one (1.0) CPE credit

Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics

Prerequisites: Understanding of the AICPA independence rules for performing nonattest services

Who should attend: CPAs and others who need in-depth knowledge of the AICPA independence rules

Advance preparation: None

Program Level: Intermediate

Price: $20 Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Click HERE to register for this webinar.

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