Self-Study Course Details
Client related transactions serve as the focal point for this Regulatory Ethics course. In this course, Frank Castillo, CPA will examine potential impairments to independence, conflicts of interest, and business transactions through the lens of a CPA. Topics covered during this session include contingent fees, commissions, hosting and client records.
- Recall activities performed for attest clients which may be considered an impairment of independence by CPAs in accordance with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.
- Identify various threats and risks CPAs face when conducting mutual business with attest clients.
- Recall independence impairments and responsibilities CPA’s must consider when charging contingent fees and providing hosting services.
I am the proud son of Francisco and Mercedes Castillo, two courageous Cuban immigrants who sought and found the American Dream. I was born in Boston, MA on April 15th; needless to say, my future as a CPA was predetermined!
My specialty? Restoring the natural balance of daily life by offering continuing education to awaken your mind during the day.... and deliver consulting services so you can sleep better at night.
My approach? Delivering on promises with integrity, thoughtfulness, and joie de vivre!
- Author of over 250 continuing professional education courses across various fields of study including personal development, accounting, taxation, regulatory ethics, economics, technology, and finance. Course delivery methods include self-study text, webinars and Nano offerings.
- Provide “Personal CFO” services to high net worth individuals, including executives, entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and performing artists. Tailor client specific solutions utilizing comprehensive tax and financial planning strategies.
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