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New CPE self-study course aims at CPAs in industry.

The AICPA has developed a new self-study course that provides members in business and industry with a convenient and inexpensive way to obtain continuing professional education credits.

Selected Readings for Financial Executives is based on articles from leading business publications such as Corporate Controller, Sloan Management Review, Management Accounting, Corporate Cashflow and Financial Executive. Topics include activity-based costing, alternative health care benefit plans, the Americans With Disabilities Act, banking fraud, corporate crime, electronic data interchange, environmental liability and compliance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.

CPAs can earn eight CPE credits by reading the articles, participating in practical workbook exercises and completing an examination. The course is $79. For further information, call 1-800-862-4272.
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Title Annotation:continuing professional education
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Dec 1, 1992
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