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Personal and Professional Ethics for Texas CPAs | PPET432 18
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November 3, 2017 8:30am - 12:00pm

Soloman P. Ortiz International Center

4.00

Member: $140 Non Member: $240

Dr. Raymond Joseph Clay, Jr, CPA

overview

The course coverage is designed to help participants understand that adherence to the Code of Professional Conduct and the Rules embodied therein is critical to CPAs in discharging the responsibilities they have to their employers, to their clients, and most importantly to the public. Dr. Clay's entertaining approach makes the course enjoyable, informative, and most definitely a great learning experience.
 
who should attend

CPAs who need to satisfy the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy profession, specifically the Rules of Professional Conduct.
 
details

Objective:
 
A lively and thought-provoking course on a subject that is rarely considered in the context presented here. This is much more than a dialogue of the formal rules and regulations that govern members of the accounting profession.
 
Major Topics:
  • This course examines the basic principles of the ethics that we all know quite well, but often fail to apply on our personal and professional lives.
  • Ethical behavior involves more than mere knowledge of right and wrong. It also involves the motivation to alter inappropriate behavior.
  • As the pressure relates to career advancement and personal accomplishments mounts, we tend to abandon the traits that are basic to success. This course is designed to help participates re-identify those traits and reexamine their behavioral priorities.
e-material

A link to the electronic materials will be emailed to you 48 hours prior to the event. Hard copies will not be provided
 
advanced prep

None
 
course level

Basic/Update
 
prerequisite

None