October conferences give the scoop. (News & Trend).
Accounting and Auditing Conference, Oct. 17, Glendale Hilton and Oct. 18, Westin St. Francis, San Francisco.
Accounting and auditing practices have taken a big hit this year. They are under scrutiny like never before. Whether you are a tax professional needing A&A credit, or a seasoned auditor, this timely conference will interest you and meet your needs. This conference will focus on current issues CPAs face today, including new legislation, practice enhancement updates and technical guidance.
Tax Planning for High Net-Worth Individuals Conference, Oct. 21, Fairmont Hotel San Francisco and Oct. 22, Century Plaza Hotel and Spa, Century City.
Your wealthy clients need solid tax planning techniques. They look to you for a clear-cut line of attack to take advantage of every opportunity to save tax dollars. They want advice they can count on and to know that you have given them every edge.
Find out what you need to know to assure them that you have their concerns at the center of their tax plan. Take away tools, techniques and strategies that you can put into practice immediately.
This conference focuses on the income tax planning and estate planning needs of clients whose income exceeds $500,000 or whose net worth exceeds $3 million dollars.
The program will balance the generalist's need for familiarity with many sophisticated techniques, with the specialist's need for in-depth technical analysis.
Common Interest Realty Association Conference--Last Session, Oct. 1 in Universal City.
This conference won't be offered again until 2004! If you have homeowner associations as clients, you need to be up to date on important taxation and legal requirements that affect your clients' bottom line. Accounting, auditing, tax and legal updates will help CPAs better serve CIRA clients.
All conferences are $250 for CaICPA members, $275 for nonmembers and free for coupon or VP users.
For more information or to register, contact the Education Foundation at (800) 877-5897 or www.educationfoundation.org.
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