2 CPE credit of Auditing for all CPAs
2 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
2 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
leasecrunch: getting started with lease accounting (asc 842)
restaurant revitalization fund and all you need to know
general and professional ethical considerations for cpas - virginia approved 2021
taxes on cryptocurrency & digital assets with latest irs guidance
new form 941, form 7200, erc, tax credits under ffcra, & other payroll updates in covid-19
wage and hour law compliance: it’s more than just paying the hours on a time card
employee retention credit in-depth (with latest updates)
ppp loans and tax implications: guidance for s-corporations and partnerships
employee or independent contractor? that is the question!
leasecrunch: business impacts of the new lease standard
working capital management
capital gains and other proposed tax changes in the infrastructure bills
comprehensive guide to ppp - tax implications, forgiveness, forms & planning, erc etc.
working better together
The fixed asset audit procedures are for those assets that are expected to last more than just a year such as land, buildings, assets, and equipment. Fixed assets are primary resources for the business. Asset audit is necessary to do once a year to update all the records of assets in a proper manner.
The audit procedure for accounting ensures the existence of assets in an organization. There are some procedures that are used to verify the existence of different categories of assets while auditing. For example, buildings, heavy equipment, and other fixed assets existence will be verified through observation only. Through asset audit procedures, it is identified that the assets in the company are at its current location. And as the process moves ahead, it helps to prepare the accurate balance sheet ensuring regulatory compliance. Also, accurately performed asset audit procedures provide better internal control.
This webinar will discuss:
Audit procedures are generally performed to confirm the financial assertion of the transactions or events that have occurred in the financial statements. This webinar will provide insights into procedures that can not only confirm assertions, but also provide operational data and information.
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Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Samuel Monastra
Samuel A. Monastra, CPA has spent his career as a public accountant. As a client-facing professional, Mr. Monastra has excellent experience working with publicly held companies and large privately held companies. Industry focus includes: healthcare; life sciences and technology; manufacturing and distribution; and real estate and construction.
Sam has held executive level positions with “Big Four” and Top 10 international accounting firms, including KPMG, RSM, and BDO. Sam served as a member of the Editorial Board of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal and is a frequent speaker for a variety of national organizations including the AICPA, State CPA societies, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the Institute of Management Accountants. Principal speaking topics include: Revenue Recognition, Lease Accounting, Income Tax Accounting, Business Combinations, Fair Value, Inventory, Internal Controls, and Auditing Issues & Techniques