After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
- Define contingency and understand basic accounting requirements.
- Perform a risk assessment over contingencies.
- Assess the internal control structure surrounding contingencies.
- Perform substantive audit procedures to identify and test contingencies.
- Understand required financial statement disclosures for contingencies.
Kayla Stevko is a CPA based out of Northern California with over ten years of public accounting experience. For seven years Kayla worked at a top ten national accounting firm obtaining the role of Senior Manager. During her time with this firm Kayla oversaw financial statement audits, served as a national training instructor to the firm, and spoke about recent accounting and auditing changes at conferences. Kayla currently works at a local accounting firm in the San Francisco Bay Area where she specializes in accounting and tax assistance to small and midsize businesses. Kayla has a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from Biola University.
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