State-Specific Ethics Webinars

Attend our state-specific ethics webinars to earn credits that qualify toward certain states' mandatory requirements for ethics continuing professional education (CPE). Currently, we offer webinars qualifying for state-specific ethics CPE in New York, Florida and Ohio.

"Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions" has been designed to qualify for both general and state-specific ethics in New York and Florida. Combine this two (2) CPE credit course with the New York or Florida webinar to complete those states' ethics CPE requirements.

New York

See New York
Get the latest information on the NY State Board for Public Accountancy's ethics requirements and how these may differ from those of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. You'll also learn about the latest standards and regulations affecting your practice.

New York  Sponsor License # 002925

Credits: 2 CPE credits are available
Get the latest information on  the Florida Board of Public Accountancy's ethics requirements and how these may differ from those of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. You'll also learn about the latest standards and regulations affecting your practice.

Important: the Florida Board of Accountancy requires licensees to obtain credits for their biennial professional ethics CPE from the same course sponsor. you may take this course along with Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions to satisfy that requirement.

Florida - DBPR course # 23690
Credits: 2 CPE credits are available
Get the latest information on the Accountancy Board of Ohio's professional standards and responsibilities and how these may differ from those of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. You'll also learn about the latest standards and regulations affecting your practice.

Ohio Sponsor # CPE.432

Credits: 3 CPE credits is available

NASBA Registry

Audit Conduct, LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors (live and Internet-based learning). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.

See the Audit Conduct page on the NASBA National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

Upcoming: New York

December 4, 2020
1 pm ET

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: you may take this course in conjunction with Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions to satisfy your NY ethics CPE requirement. Your state accountancy board has final authority on courses that are acceptable to the board.


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
Prerequisites:
None
Advanced Preparation:
None
Program Level:
Basic
Delivery Method:
Group Internet Based
Register

Upcoming: Florida

December 15, 2020
12:30 pm ET

Professional Ethics: Florida

This webinar briefs you on the Florida Board of Accountancy’s rules and regulations and developments that impact your practice as a Florida CPA. You’ll learn where the Florida rules diverge from the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and how to apply the Code’s 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: Must be taken within your license renewal period in conjunction with Professional Ethics: Pressures & Perceptions to satisfy your FL ethics CPE requirement. Your state accountancy board has final authority on courses that are acceptable to the board. (DBPR course #23690) 

After completing this course, you will be able to: 


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


Credits earned:
2 CPE credits
Credit Note:
Participants can earn two (2) CPE credit(s), which counts towards the Florida Board of Accountancy’s mandatory professional ethics CPE requirement (DBPR course # 23690)
Who should attend:
CPAs who need current knowledge about their professional responsibilities in Florida
Field of Study:
Regulatory Ethics
Prerequisites:
None
Advanced Preparation:
None
Program Level:
Basic
Delivery Method:
Group Internet Based
Register

Upcoming: Ohio

December 29, 2020
1 pm ET

Professional Ethics: Ohio

In this webinar, you’ll learn about your professional responsibilities under the Accountancy Board of Ohio’s rules and regulations and developments that impact your practice as an Ohio CPA. Also discussed are areas in the Ohio standards that diverge from the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and new, revised and proposed standards and regulations. Whether in public practice or business, this webinar provides the information you need to stay in compliance. 


After completing this course, you will be able to: 

  • identify your professional responsibilities as a CPA in Ohio;
  • distinguish between the Ohio requirements and the AICPA Code;
  • recall new, revised and proposed standards and regulations affecting practice.  

Credits earned:
3  CPE credits
Credit Note:
Participants will earn three (3) CPE credits, which counts towards the Accountancy Board of Ohio’s mandatory professional ethics CPE requirement (Sponsor # CPE.432)
Who should attend:
CPAs who need current knowledge about professional standards and responsibilities in Ohio
Field of Study:
Regulatory Ethics
Prerequisites:
None
Advanced Preparation:
None
Program Level:
Basic
Delivery Method:
Group Internet Based
Register