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This seminar provides a review of the issues faced when preparing estate and relevant testamentary trust filings for deceased taxpayers.
As a famous person once remarked, nothing is certain except for death and taxes. While accounting professionals possess a thorough understanding of the latter, some practitioners may require additional knowledge about the former. Accordingly, this seminar provides a review of the issues faced when preparing estate and relevant testamentary trust filings for deceased taxpayers.
DEC 12 - Dec 13, 2022
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
7 PD Hours
0 Ethics Hours
Registration open until Dec 07, 2022
25% Discount Applied
CAREER STAGE: Mid-career
NOTE: To get the full experience of this live, interactive course we recommend you join five minutes prior to the scheduled starting time, and use a computer with video and microphone capabilities.
Enhance your understanding of cultural differences as they pertain to managing people.
In this CPA Ontario course, you will explore the challenges of working with people of diverse backgrounds. The course will empower you to approach intercultural situations with knowledge, skills, and a positive attitude. We all have unconscious biases and this workshop will create a safe place to search for ways to avoid accidental discrimination.
DEC 15 - Dec 16, 2022
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
7.5 PD Hours
Registration open until Dec 12, 2022
This course provides CPAs with the tools to consider business ethics in specific situations. We examine the impact of ethical behavior on an organization’s bottom line and its stakeholders. We deal with tough ethical issues that board members, managers and auditors encounter in fulfilling their duties. We look at case studies which indicate results of ethical and unethical approaches to business decisions. We also examine the CPA Code of Professional Conduct and how it can guide difficult decision-making.
Dec 16, 2022
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
7.5 Ethics Hours
Registration open until Dec 13, 2022
CPA Ontario - King, Toronto
This session explores the detection and deterrence of fraud, and is led by a full time forensic accountant. This includes examples from real-life experience with lawyers, government organizations, and other accountants. Case studies will comprise a significant portion of the session. Learn how to detect the "red flags" of fraud. The attendee will understand the mechanisms of risk tolerance and management, as well as fraud prevention, deterrence, and mitigation. In addition, the attendee will learn how to use fraud-risk assessment in his or her organization.