Self-Study Course Details
The AICPA code of conduct and IRS Circular 230 standards have strict rules to consider when performing work for new clients. In this course, Steven Dilley, JD, PhD, CPA will explore the multitude of issues when taking on a new client and walk through these rules using three sets of ethical rules. The course will include a case study illustration of how to bring the new client into ethical and financial/tax compliance.
- Identify the AICPA and IRS ethical rules faced when taking on a new client.
- Discover the latest AICPA and IRS ethical guidelines to implement into your CPA practice.
Steven C. Dilley, PhD, CPA, JD, is president of Federal Tax Workshops, Inc., in East Lansing, Michigan, where, for the past 37 years, his organization has prepared continuing professional education materials and presented seminars for accountants and attorneys throughout the U.S. He is nationally known for his knowledge of financial, accounting and tax issues of closely held businesses.
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