Symposium Packages  |  Conference Packages

Please contact Tamu Mills, or call 404-347-1755 with any questions.

 

Local Government Conference
May 17
Greensboro

Participants will be able to summarize recent changes to governmental audit standards.

 


Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference
May 22
Greensboro

CPAs and others who serve not-for-profits will discuss current trends affecting not-for-profits, tools for solving problems, and resources to prepare professionals for the future of the not-for-profit sector.


Member in Business & Industry Conference
May 23–25
Greensboro

Participants will be able to discuss various issues that impact CPAs in industry.

 


Employee Benefit Plans Conference
June
5
Greensboro

A forum to engage in discussions with representatives from the US Department of Labor, the IRS, and other employee benefit plan experts. Participants will have an opportunity to collaborate with one another to gain valuable information and insight on the latest regulatory, legislative, and administrative issues impacting employee benefit plans today


Local Government Conference
June 6
New Bern

Participants will be able to summarize recent changes to governmental audit standards.

 


Beach Cluster
August 14–17
Wrightsville Beach

The 2018 Beach Cluster includes high-level sessions to equip attendees in becoming successful leaders within their organizations. Attendees will also select from four distinct learning tracks including Tax, Accounting & Auditing, Not for Profit/Government, and Management/Personal Development designed to enhance work performance.


TechFest Summer Conference
August 20–21
Charlotte

Participants will be able to discuss recent technology trends.

 


Members in Business & Industry Fall Conference
September 10–12
Asheville

The participants will be able to discuss various issues that impact CPAs in industry.

 


Healthcare Industry Conference
September 21
Cary

Attendees will receive an update on the latest developments affecting healthcare organizations in order to provide solutions to today’s problems and prepare for tomorrow’s challenges.


Professional Women’s Conference
October 18
Winston-Salem

Attendees will build proficiencies in areas such as mentoring and broad-based business skills, as well as have an opportunity to network with female colleagues.


Fraud/A&A Conference
October 29
Greensboro

Participants will be able to apply methods to discover potential existence of financial fraud as well as identify new developments in the fields of fraud detection, identification, quantification, and prosecution.

Attendees will be able to discuss and employ the latest standards and updates related to accounting and attestation.


Mountain Cluster
October 31–November 2
Asheville

The 2018 Mountain Cluster includes high-level sessions to equip attendees in becoming a successful leaders within their organizations. Attendees will also select from four distinct learning tracks including Tax, Accounting & Auditing, Not for Profit/Government, and Management/Personal Development designed to enhance work performance.


79th Annual Symposium
November 12–14
Greensboro

Participants will be able to describe current tax, accounting, business, and/or legal compliance trends and the challenges and opportunities on the horizon, assess whether their organizations are utilizing best practices in day-to-day operations and technology trends, and enhance client/customer service by implementing strategies and practical tips.


TechFest Winter Conference
December 3–4
Greensboro

Participants will be able to discuss recent technology trends.

 


NC State & Local Tax Conference
December 5
Greensboro

Participants will be able to discuss important topics related to North Carolina state and local taxation, including updated information on new tax laws.


Please contact Tamu Mills, or call 404-347-1755 with any questions.