2 CPE credit of Accounting for all CPAs
2 CPE credit for Certified Management Accountants (CMA)
2 CPE credit for Certified Internal Auditors (CIA)
2 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
2 CPE credit for Internal Audit Practitioner (IAP)
2 CPE credit for Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership (QIAL)
2 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
The Power of Succession Planning
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
Using Pension Plans to Attract and Retain Employees – USA and Canada
Distributions from IRAs and Qualified Retirement Plans
Succession and Exit Planning
Should I Tap My IRA or Social Security First?
Related party relationships are a normal feature of commerce and business. For example, entities frequently perform part of their activities through subsidiaries, joint ventures, and associates. In those circumstances, the entity has the ability to affect the financial and operating policies of the investee through the presence of control, joint control, or significant influence.
For these reasons, knowledge of an entity’s transactions, outstanding balances, including commitments, and relationships with related parties may affect assessments of its operations by users of financial statements, including assessments of the risks and opportunities facing the entity.
Under U.S. GAAP, related party transactions need to be disclosed in the financial statements. If there are no transactions, nothing else is required to be included.
However, under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), the requirement is that a related party relationship needs to be disclosed even if there is no transaction between the reporting entity and the related party.
The purpose of the IFRS requirement is to ensure that an entity’s financial statements contain the disclosures necessary to draw attention to the possibility that its financial position and profit or loss may have been affected by the existence of related parties and by transactions and outstanding balance including commitments, with such parties.
This online CPE webinar for CPAs will help you understand when a relationship exists between a party and the entity, whether it should be reported, and how to report it.
This online Accounting CPE webinar covered the following major topics:
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Founder, Mike Morley
Mike Morley is a Certified Public Accountant and a recognized authority in the field of finance with more than 25 years experience in finance, including SOX and IFRS implementation.
An entertaining and informative speaker and trainer, Mike is the author of:
“IFRS Simplified” which provides a jump start for accountants and finance executives who want to quickly and easily get up to date on IFRS.
“Sarbanes-Oxley Simplified” which is an easy-to-read explanation of the requirements of the U.S. legislation that makes CEO's & CFO's personally responsible for the accuracy of their company's financial statements.
“Financial Statement Analysis Simplified” which translates the accounting language of financial statements into clear, easy-to-understand terms that anyone who needs to make well-informed financial decisions quickly will appreciate.