1 CPE credit of Auditing for all CPAs
1 CPE credit for Certified Management Accountants (CMA)
1 CPE credit for Certified Internal Auditors (CIA)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
1 CPE credit for Internal Audit Practitioner (IAP)
1 CPE credit for Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA)
1 CPE credit for Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for CPA/CFF
1 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
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
The Power and Essentials of Estate Planning
Employment and Payroll: The Laws, Rules, And Regulations For Proper Handling
The Art of Effective Communication
Deferring Capital Gains Taxes in the Biden Era
Best Practices: Payroll Tax Withholding and Related Matters
How to Handle Multistate employees’ Tax Withholding and Related Issues Correctly
Avoid Liabilities-Perfect your Understanding of Payroll Tax Withholding
People-centric Skills: Crucial Communications
PEO 101: An Introduction to PEOs
ABC's of AB5 - Independent Contracts
Is your company effectively managing its risks? Although the concept of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) has been in place for decades, companies are struggling with the impact of a once in a century catastrophic risk event – a black swan. It’s one thing for companies to say they have a risk management program in place and it’s another to be able to say that their ERM is effective. So, what makes an ERM an effective one? Whether you work in a risk management role or not, it has become essential for all employees to have a basic awareness of enterprise risks and risk management practices as well as how it impacts their role in the organization.
This Online CPE Webinar covers following Key Topics:
In the 1-hour CPE webinar for CPAs, CIAs, CMAs, CRMAs, CFFs, CFEs, IAPs provides an over of the key attributes of an effective ERM program and understand how the ERM should align with corporate strategy.
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Advisory Board member, Women's Venture Fund
Linh Truong is currently an executive advisor and professional speaker focusing on topics including governance, corporate culture and auditing best practices. Linh was formerly the Chief Audit Executive (CAE) at Orthofix Medical, a global medical device company focused on improving patients' lives by providing superior reconstructive and regenerative orthopedic and spine solutions to physicians worldwide. Linh has 30 years of audit / consulting experience including being the former CAE of Kosmos Energy and Alon USA where she built the respective audit functions from ground zero, including developing all templates for risk assessments, audit programs, audit reports, and Board Audit Committee presentations.
She has also worked at Hunt Oil, ACS (now Xerox), Credit Suisse Group, and KPMG. Her audit career has provided her the opportunity to live and work in Germany and Switzerland for four years as well as travel throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, parts of Africa and Yemen. She has spearheaded Fraud Risk Assessments and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) initiatives at multiple companies. She has implemented first year SOX at three companies and have streamlined SOX compliance efforts, saving millions of dollars. She has been a speaker at many IIA training events, including the IIA GAM’s Conference in 2019 and the International Conference in 2020, as well as for ISACA and MISTI.
Women's Venture Fund turns our clients’ passions and creativity into.profitable and sustainable businesses that can help drive the economy.The organization has served more than 17,000 firms, helping to launch more than 3,200 small businesses through a range of services including entrepreneurial training, technical assistance, advisory services, and small loans. The organization is a Certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). By troubleshooting specific challenges and encouraging women to share their experiences with other entrepreneurs, WVF is able to expedite the growth of businesses participating in our programs.
Since 1996, The Women’s Venture Fund (WVF) has supported women entrepreneurs in New York and New Jersey by launching more than 3,200 small businesses, providing assistance and support to over 17,000 firms and assisting with loan services to 1,700 owners. With a team of dedicated volunteers from the corporate sector, WVF helps clients succeed as business owners who eventually hire employees and contribute to the health of their local economies. Through our individualized advisory services, business training and loan products, WVF shows women how to build their businesses into sustainable enterprises that can exceed their original revenue goals.
Because our clients have established businesses but still face many challenges, WVF expertly guides our clients through issues surrounding credit-worthiness, understanding financial statements, and business development skills. We are committed to helping women access resources and information needed to succeed. WVF is proud of our clients and their determination to live their entrepreneurial dreams.
Charles Chalfant, CPA (US)
Aug 19th 2021
I thought this was a very good seminar. It gives some very important issues to consider.