Summer Webcasts cover gamut of topics.Several live Webcasts will take place this summer covering a range of subjects. Here are brief descriptions of them:
* The CFO See Chief Financial Officer. Roundtable Series. Explores issues most critical to corporate finance executives. From cash management and compensation, to balance sheets, to budgeting and forecasting, the panelists will engage in candid debates and discussions about the ideas, strategies, practices, technologies and methodologies that impact today's financial executives. The July 10 Webcast is titled Internal Audit Committees: Rule Change Repercussions repercussions npl → répercussions fpl
repercussions npl → Auswirkungen pl . It will help CPAs sort through the myriad proposals and identify the ones that are most likely to survive the gauntlet of government and private-sector reviews.
* July 17--Internal Control Reporting for Public Companies. This Webcast will explore in detail some of the significant issues and emerging best practices for documenting, testing and evaluating the effectiveness of internal control over financial reporting. Leading experts will discuss what they are, what companies will be required to do, how companies must go about meeting these requirements, and who is affected.
* July 22--2003 Specialized Industry Briefing: State & Local Government Entities will focus on GASB GASB Governmental Accounting Standards Board 34 and the recently issued Yellow Book standards as well as provide participants with a strategic look at what is important in the governmental accounting and auditing arena. The program also will address recently issued GASB pronouncements impacting both preparers and auditors and feature highlights of recently issued generally accepting auditing standards and Single Audit standards.
* July 29--Retirement Planning Strategies for Estate Planners covers the landscape of retirement planning, including: an overview of the different types of retirement planning vehicles; a detailed analysis of the income taxation of distributions from qualified retirement plans and IRAs; the advantages, disadvantages and design of non-qualified retirement plans; income tax deferral tax deferral
The delay of a tax liability until a future date. For example, an IRA may result in a tax deferral on the amount contributed to the IRA and on any income earned on funds in the IRA until withdrawals are made. as a tax planning Tax planning
Devising strategies throughout the year in order to minimize tax liability, for example, by choosing a tax filing status that is most beneficial to the taxpayer. strategy; how to use retirement plan benefits for charitable gifts; and much more. Renowned estate planners Roy Adams and Charles "Clary clary: see sage. " Redd lead the comprehensive discussion.
For more information on these and other Webcasts, or to register, visit www.cpa2biz.com/webcasts or call 888/777-7077 (option 3, Web Support). CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises.
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