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Program Name
Internal Controls for Smaller Entities - Practical Case Studies in Design, Evaluation and Communication
Program ID
74169
Start Date (Local)
1/26/2013 (Local Time)
Start Date
1/26/2013 9:00:00 AM Eastern (EST/EDT)
End Date
1/26/2013 11:00:00 AM Eastern (EST/EDT)
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Credits
2
Field of Study
Auditing -- 2 Credits
Price
$79.00
Instructor(s)
Description
There is simply no denying that a sufficiently designed and effectively operating system of internal controls over financial reporting is more important than ever. In this course, we will use extensive exercises and case studies to reinforce fundamental theory through "real-life" scenarios that both internal and external accounting personnel performing internal control-related activities in a wide variety of industries will find beneficial. The program qualifies toward the 24-hour Yellow Book requirement.
Prerequisites
None
Advanced Preparation
None
Level
Basic
Learning Objective
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: * Recognize the key components of a sound system of internal controls over financial reporting * Compare and contrast an external auditor's responsibilities under various professional standards, including Yellow Book and A-133 compliance
User Limit
0
NASBA ID
108061
Practice Areas
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