Over time it is easy to allow professional skepticism to slip. As we get more comfortable with those we work with, the standards we adhere to and the stability of ongoing relationships, it becomes more and more difficult to remain professionally skeptical. From statistics to psychology, this session will go over the importance of maintaining our skepticism and tips for how to remain that way. Important! This course offers 0.5 CPE hours toward the two-hour NC ethics requirement. In order to satisfy the two-hour NC ethics requirement, you must complete three additional “Build Your Own Ethics” modules. Please note—This course will expire on Thursday, December 31, 2020. If you don’t complete the course by midnight on this date, you will forfeit your registration fee for this course.
* This course assists CPAs to meet the requirement of 8G.0410 Professional Ethics and Conduct CPE * As part of the annual CPE requirement, all active CPAs shall complete CPE on professional ethics and conduct as set out in 21 NCAC 8G * The North Carolina CPA shall complete a two-hour course in professional ethics and conduct in either a group-study format (of which a webcast is included) or in a self-study format (which is offered through the NCACPA online at www.NCACPA.org)
* We’ll cover everything from the origins of skepticism, common traps most of us fall into that inhibit our skepticism, and what you can do about it
Who Should Attend
All active North Carolina CPAs and anyone else interested in understanding current ethical issues related to the accounting profession
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