Program Description and Learning Objectives
This presentation attempts to develop and apply the professional fiduciary duty legal standard to the practice of attorneys and CPAs. Lawyers are generally considered fiduciaries for their clients, so the course's main emphasis is on professionals holding out their CPA credential. The AICPA's recent ethics "re-codification" elevated conflicts of interest and imposes the requirement of an engagement's detailed risk potential. This new emphasis seems to raise the chances that standard CPA engagements may be deemed to fall in the fiduciary duty category and/or that such relationships may receive increased scrutiny.
Date & Time
Webinar: Tuesday, September 10, 2019
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m PT)
NASBA-approved for 1.0 CPE credit in Behavioral Ethics; 1.0 (M)CLE credit*
Education Credit*: AAA-CPA Members $15.00; Non-Members $30.00
Non-Education Credit (Listen-Only): AAA-CPA Members: FREE; Non-Members $25.00