NC Accountancy Law: Ethics, Principles, & Professional Responsibilities

12:00 am–11:59 pm ET

# of CPE Credits

8

Description

North Carolina accountancy rules provide guidance for both new and experienced CPAs in obtaining and maintaining a CPA license, in recognizing the responsibilities of the North Carolina State Board of CPA Examiners, and in how to respond to third-party disputes regarding your CPA license. The NC rules also examine the CPA’s professional ethics and conduct requirements. This 8-hour course will examine how these rules, statutes, and professional ethics are applied by practitioners in public accounting, industry, government, and education on a daily basis, through actual cases and ethical situations. This course will also examine ethical dilemmas you will encounter throughout your career.    
 
This course is required by the North Carolina State Board for all those applying for their original license, a reciprocal license, or reinstatement of an inactive or suspended license. This course will also fulfill the state board’s annual 2-hour ethics CPE requirement, and the additional 6 hours of the course will help you meet your annual 40-hour CPE requirement.
 
Please Note: This course will expire on December 31, 2019. If you don’t complete the course by midnight on this date, you will forfeit your registration fee for this course.
 

Objective

Participants will meet the requirement of 21 NCAC 8F.0504(a)—within 1 year before applying for certification (original license or reciprocal license), all candidates for certification must complete an 8-hour CPE course on the North Carolina Statutes and Rules, including the Rules of Professional Ethics and Conduct contained therein. This course may be credited toward the candidate’s annual CPE requirements.

Highlights

Participants will meet the requirement of 21 NCAC 8F.0504(a)—within 1 year before applying for certification (original license or reciprocal license), all candidates for certification must complete an 8-hour CPE course on the North Carolina Statutes and Rules, including the Rules of Professional Ethics and Conduct contained therein. This course may be credited toward the candidate’s annual CPE requirements.

Who Should Attend

Any CPA interested in understanding current professional and ethical issues facing the accounting profession, including recent legislation, regulation, and NC Statutes and Rules of Professional Ethics and Conduct should attend. All candidates applying for an NC certificate as a CPA, as well as reinstatement applicants, are required to complete this course.

Required Knowledge

None

Advanced Prep

None

Event Speaker(s)

Dr. Cal Christian, CPA, PhD ( East Carolina University-College of Business, Greenville, NC ),

Additional Event Information

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Event Vendor:NCACPA
Field of Study:Behavioral Ethics, Regulatory Ethics
Level: Basic

Event Type:Self-Study
Event Code:SS000119

Registration Fees

Registration Fee Early Bird Regular
NCACPA Member N/A $235.00
Non-Member N/A $285.00