Published: June, 2022
Ethics is the backbone of the accounting profession. Ethical responsibilities and updates to the requirements are required for CPAs to be followed diligently. It strengthens the financial implications of better judgment that can affect a vast number of people.
In this ethics webinar, Dr. Perry Glenn Moore, an award-winning speaker, is going to explore the ethical standards using engaging case studies and real-life examples to fulfill the two-hour ethics requirement. Tennessee State Board of Accountancy rules requires all active license holders to earn two hours of Board-approved state-specific ethics during each CPE reporting period. The Board has partnered with the Tennessee Society of CPAs to help ensure that the most current and accurate state-specific ethics content is included. myCPE has licensed this material from the TSCPA.
Following are the major topics covered in this Online CPE Ethics Webinar Course:
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Professor of Accounting, Perry Moore
Dr. Perry Moore is the Charles E. Frasier Professor of Accountancy and Director of Accreditation at Lipscomb University’s Pfeffer Graduate School of Business. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Internal Auditor, and is Certified in Risk Management Assurance. A Nashville native, Perry graduated from Lipscomb with a degree in accounting and then completed his graduate studies at the University of Alabama and the University of Georgia.
For the Tennessee Society of CPA’s, Perry is a member of their Professional Ethics and Scholarship Committees. Perry has also directed their “Accounting Academy”, a program designed to attract high school students to accounting careers.
Perry is active in the Institute of Internal Auditors. He has served as a Past-President of their Nashville Chapter. Perry is also a Past-President of Delta Mu Delta, an international honor society for business majors, where he currently serves as Treasurer.
Perry provides training for CPAs across the state of Tennessee on Professional Ethics. He serves as a member of the CPE Standards Working Group for the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). In 2015, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs honored Perry with their International Teaching Excellence Award. He has also received teaching awards from the Tennessee Society of CPAs, Lipscomb University, and the University of Georgia.