8 CPE credit of Ethics (Behavioural) for all CPAs
8 CPE credit for Certified Management Accountants (CMA)
8 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
8 CPE credit for Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs)
8 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
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?
IFRS 15 - Revenue Recognition
Form 1099 Latest Developments
Overview and Key Essentials: Form 1040 Individual Tax Return
Despite the advantages of having policies and programs to implement ethical behavior, required compliances, and anti-corruption rules, businesses face numerous challenges. The most challenging aspect of anti-corruption compliance is ensuring that it is integrated into company operations and the overall business strategy. In the same way that security regulations are only effective if they are accepted, understood, and implemented by all, anti-corruption procedures require employees to accept and appreciate their effectiveness in order to ensure appropriate implementation.
Although talented people with the best intentions design anti-corruption compliance procedures, they are up against audacious individuals who can be very creative at bypassing company rules. It is, therefore, necessary to question our way of addressing the issue on a regular basis. Compliance must evolve constantly to adapt to the ever-changing methods used by criminals.
Businesses are coming under increased scrutiny, both at home and abroad, to ensure that their domestic and foreign operations comply with anti-corruption and anti-bribery legislation. International trends towards tougher legislation and increased enforcement of anti-corruption laws internationally make non-compliance a real risk that companies must address as a business priority.
There are significant financial, business, and reputational repercussions to not having an anti-corruption policy and effective compliance program in place. These could include criminal charges, hefty fines, and lost revenues. Corruption has widespread economic effects – such as the development and quality of infrastructure – and social effects – like the erosion of trust and threats to national security.
Beyond the illegal exchange of money, corruption can include the agreement to exchange a bribe, hiding the information through bookkeeping, encouraging employees to seek out unethical agreements, or preventing them from going to the authorities. On a positive note, a shift in the cultural acceptance for corporate corruption is occurring as awareness of the issue spreads globally and corporations embrace a more level playing field on which to do business.
Robust ethics and compliance program is much more than just policies and documentation. Ethics and compliance must be ingrained in the company culture and fostered throughout a company’s processes and interactions. This Ethics Webinar outlines strategies for creating and maintaining a strong ethics and compliance program that will keep companies safe from corruption and associated risks.
This Online Ethics CPE webinar covers the following Key Topics:
This online CPE webinar from Marc Tassé provides the best practices, key points, and recommendations to make your programs effective and application smooth. It is valuable for those in charge of internal control, risk management, or internal audit functions of the company.
MY-CPE LLC, 1600 Highway 6 south, suite 250, sugar land, TX, 77478
MY-CPE LLC (Sponsor Id#: 143597) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.
President, EGREGIA STRATEGIC CONSULTING GROUP INC.
Mr. Tassé is a globally recognized expert on corporate misconduct, crisis response, and ethical leadership, who has extensive experience as an independent special advisor to various board chairs and CEOs of corporations and organizations, federal and provincial departments, agencies as well as crown corporations, on "high profile and sensitive cases” related to alleged corruption, fraud, money laundering, financial misconduct, conflict of interest, and breach of fiduciary duty.
As an investigative and forensic accountant, Mr. Tassé has experience in matters involving misappropriation of funds, fraudulent financial transactions, and tracing and recovery of stolen funds.
Mr. Tassé helps clients to manage legal, reputational and operational risks and to achieve best standards both nationally and internationally. He advises Canadian and international corporations and organizations on compliance with anti-corruption legislation and policies in force at the municipal, provincial, federal and international levels.
Mr. Tassé examines domestic and transnational financial crime from different angles and explores what motivates people to break the law, how wrongdoers cover their tracks, what can be done to put a stop to the looting, and the importance of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Machine Learning for fraud/corruption prevention and detection
All jurisdictions accept ethics courses from Registry sponsors approved by NASBA to a certain extent. However, some jurisdictions have additional requirements for ethics courses. Please click on the below mentioned link for the additional requirements.https://www.nasbaregistry.org/cpe-requirements