We’ve expanded our Boston CPE for CPAs this year to three events. All will be held at the Boston Hyatt Cambridge.
We’ll again have the Financial Accounting & Reporting Update designed for corporate CPAs on June 12-13. Attendees will earn 16 CPEs. The agenda has been updated and we have added a number of new topics based on the latest SEC & FASB developments: http://www.acslive.com/events/financial_2013cambridge.html
We’ve added a one-day (8 CPE hour) course on Employment Law in June. Dan Corey will lead the discussion. Dan is a top notch instructor who has honed his presentation to be both highly educational and entertaining: http://www.acslive.com/events/employment_2013cambridge.html
Also, we have scheduled a Revenue Recognition Accounting Conference in September. The agenda will explore all the latest developments including the FASB project, SEC guidance and industry practicalities: http://www.acslive.com/events/revenue_2013_cambridge.html
Click the links to see the full agenda and details
This year Deloitte speakers will again address the latest developments from the FASB & SEC including the exposure draft – scheduled to go final in May or June.
Here is a link to conference details: http://www.acslive.com/events/revenue_2013.html
PwC will follow up with a practical discussion study based on real world applications and how the FASB project differs from existing revenue recognition GAAP principles in relation to collectibility, contingent revenue, sales to distributors, performance obligations over time, elimination of VSOE requirement for software transactions, use of the residual approach, term licenses, time value of money and disclosure implications.
E&Y will cover fraud issues relating to revenue recognition.
Industry panelists will share their own experiences and related obstacles.