1 CPE credit of Accounting for all CPAs
1 CPE credit for Certified Management Accountants (CMA)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) of Specialized Valuation Skills and Training for all ABV (AICPA)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
1 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
Building A 7-Figure Tax Practice While Black
How to build a successful tax practice
Top Hacks for Tax Season 2021
Four Essential Tools for Media Success
Pivot Your Marketing in Response to COVID-19
Public Relations and Marketing for Small Business Owners
Improve Your Virtual and In Person Networking Success
Lessons for In-Person Networking Success
Rev Up Your Newsletter or Start One
Why HER and Not ME? How YOU Can be the Accountant Reporters Call
Niche Strategy: Grow Your Bottom Line with High Value Clients
Succession Planning in Accounting Firms: How to Recruit, Develop and Retain Successors
Why You Should Care About the CARES Act
The Power of Succession Planning
The Power of Business Continuity
Sadly, on March 12, 2020, WHO declared Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) a pandemic; since then, the virus is rapidly spreading around the world. Such unusual circumstances have its significant impact on global trade and business operations of various sectors such as reductions in sales, earnings, or productivity, closure of facilities and stores, inability to raise funds, increments in credit risk exposures, increased volatility in the asset's value, etc. Consequently, these challenges may raise financial reporting considerations for some entities when preparing their financial statements.
The level of uncertainty about the future economic outlook poses a significant challenge when making estimates and assessing a company’s ability to continue as a going concern. This course provides a reminder of the existing accounting requirements that should be considered when addressing the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic when preparing financial statements, highlighting the going concern assumption.
The impacts of this pandemic are considered adverse events that shall be taken into consideration when assessing entities ability to continue as a going concern, and whether the going concern assumption is appropriate.
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Chief Financial Officer, Massaleh Investment Co.
Moataz has over 15 years of accounting, budgeting, auditing, consolidated financials, IFRS, US GAAP, and other aspects of the financial field.
Moataz began his career as an external auditor for a member firm of an international association providing audit & assurance services worldwide, working with various clients in the education, investment, automotive, constrictions, oil, and manufacturing sectors in the State of Kuwait.
Since 2013, Moataz has held executive positions in Kuwaiti stockbrokers' companies and investment groups.
Moataz gained his experience from solving day-to-day work problems, helping entities implement proper accounting systems; thus, he can support the theoretical topics with practical cases, allowing the audience to realize the maximum benefit from attending his courses.
Moataz holds a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Alexandria University, Egypt, certified in IFRS from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, London, UK. Also, he is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in North Dakota, USA.
Mark Benedict, CPA (US)
Jun 15th 2021
The webinar broke down the topic into understandable pieces and had sufficient repetition and reinforcement to help remember the learnings. Case studies were very helpful.
Lisa Diggs, CPA (US)
Jan 31st, 2021
Good content but a little boring- not many stories and presenter had camera turned off.
Charles Chalfant, CPA (US)
Jul 23rd, 2021
The presentation was not what I expected. The presenter basically re-read the presentation. It was difficult to stay engaged with the course.