2014 the George A. Gustafson Accounting and Finance CPE Seminar Series
The complete descriptions of the sessions are listed below.
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|$110||1 Session||(4 CPE Credits)|
|$200||2 Sessions||(8 CPE Credits)|
|$280||3 Sessions||(12 CPE Credits)|
|Monday, June 2||8:30 a.m. - Noon||
Estate Planning Refresher and Updates (4 CPE Credits) - Review everything from real estate transfers to types of trusts. Visit the relatively new Michigan trust and estate statutes, and the brand new Wisconsin trust code. Touch on trust accounting, fiduciary standards, ethics, trust decanting and trust protectors. Bring your questions and cases to discuss.
|Monday, June 2||1:00 - 4:30 p.m.||
Technology & the CPA (4 CPE Credits) - This seminar is designed to highlight the following topics:
|Tuesdays, June 3||8:30 a.m. - Noon||
Budgeting Basics in the Small Business Environment (4 CPE Credits) - Budgeting is widely recognized as one of the primary tools of planning and control for managing a business. Despite this fact, many small business owners lack the knowledge and skills necessary to build and maintain operating and cash budgets. This session will cover how to build select operating budgets such as materials, labor, overhead, and operating expense budgets, as well as the all-important cash budget using Microsoft Excel.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (CPE) UNITS
As applicable, these programs fulfill the Continuing Professional Education Requirements of State Boards of Accountancy for accountants and auditors, and (Federal) enrolled agents as well as the Independent Accountants Association of Michigan. The NMU courses are in compliance with the Michigan State Board of Accountancy's CPE requirements of qualified instructors, subject area and record keeping, including the requirement that states to receive one-hour CPE credit, the registrant must be in attendance 50 minutes. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided for hours attended.