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Know What’s Required in Government Auditing Standards

 

Learn the reporting and communication requirements for various engagements, including performance audits. Plus, be able to evaluate evidence and report results using the Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) framework.


Accounting for Revenues in Government (Emphasis on Non-Exchange Transactions)

Enterprise Risk Management in the Federal Government OMB Circular A-123

Federal Appropriation Principles-An Overview

Federal Government Contracting - An Introduction

Federal Government Contracting - Contract Fraud

Government/Fund Accounting: Introduction to Government Accounting, Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis

Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Update

Intermediate Governmental Accounting

Introduction to Federal Accounting and Reporting

Single Audit: Best Practices to Avoid Common Audit Problems and Pitfalls

Yellow Book Financial Audits and Attest Engagements

Yellow Book Overview and Update

Yellow Book Performance Audits

Not-for-Profit Entities: Financial Statement Presentation (ASU 2016-14)


2018 GASB Update

AICPA Cybersecurity Standards (Part 1)

AICPA Cybersecurity Standards (Part 2)

Annual Audit and Attestation Update - June 2018

Auditing Opinions: Understanding the Fundamentals from Standards to Reports

Auditor Report Preparation

Enterprise Risk Management - Integrating with Strategy & Performance, Part 1

Enterprise Risk Management - Integrating with Strategy & Performance, Part 2

Ethics - Understanding and Applying the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

Ethics, Integrity, and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

Ethics - Integrity, A Foundation for Success

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Not-For-Profit Entities

Federal Government Contracting - Contract Fraud

Federal Government Contracting - Unallowable Costs

Financial Reporting Challenges for Corporations

GAO Green Book - Government Internal Control Standards

GASB Other Postemployment Benefits (OPEB)

GASB Statement 87: Leases

Government Ethics and Independence

Housing and Urban Development: An Auditing Introduction

Improper Payments: Legislation and Mitigation

Independence - Historical Insights and Today's Rules

Independence Overview

Independence Technical Update

Not-For-Profit Accounting and Auditing Update

Not-For-Profit Accounting and Reporting: An Introduction

Required Auditor Communications

Revenue Rec for NFPs

Risk Management in the Public Sector

Yellow Book Update

 

 

Gain Clarity on the Gray Areas

 

Prepare yourself for ongoing ethical challenges by understanding the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct with courses specific to 40+ states and U.S. territories. Receive guidance for preparing audits, special reports, compilations, reviews, financial forecasts/projections and attestation engagements.


AICPA's Ethics Codification Project

Ethics – Integrity, A Foundation for Success

Ethics - Understanding and Applying the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

Ethics, Integrity and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

Ethics, Integrity, and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct (Expanded Version)

Government Ethics & Independence

Independence - Historical Insights and Today's Rules

Independence Overview

Independence Technical Update

California Regulatory Review

State-specific courses

 

State

 

Including ASC 606 and Its Implications

 

It’s been described as the most profound compliance change in corporate finance since Sarbanes-Oxley. Learn how to avoid mistakes overlooking key areas of the audit and/or inappropriately recognizing revenue by familiarizing yourself with the GAAP requirements of revenue recognition.


Revenue Recognition: ASC 606

Revenue Recognition

Revenue Recognition – Clarifications to the Standard (ASC 606)

Revenue Recognition – Disclosures

Revenue Recognition Then-Now-Next

Revenue Rec for NFPs

Software Revenue & Expense Recognition (ASC 985, ASC 350, and ASC 730)

Auditing Revenue Recognition

Annual GAAP Update – June 2017

 

Understand the New Standards Coming in 2019

 

Ready yourself for the new global financial accounting standard. Know how to identify and classify a lease and how to apply the new lessee and lessor accounting as well as understand presentation and disclosure requirements and discuss special considerations.


Leases (New Standard—ASU 2016-02)

Lease Accounting

Accounting for Leases (old standard) and Asset Retirement Obligations ASC 840/ASC 410

GASB Statement 87: Leases

Accounting and Auditing Update – Q1 2018

Annual GAAP Update – June 2017