Self-Study Course Details
This 4-hour course is designed to meet the 4-hour Oregon Specific Ethics requirement for Oregon CPAs. It provides an overview of ethical thought along with the core values of the CPA profession and the application of these values to ethical reasoning. Oregon rules and statutes pertaining to the practice of public accountancy are covered as is the Code of Professional Conduct adopted by the Oregon Board of Accountancy. Case studies are utilized throughout the course to emphasize material and selected recent Oregon disciplinary actions are presented which focus on accounting ethics and professional responsibilities.
- Define ethics from an overall and professional perspective
- Identify the ethical standards contained in the Oregon Board of Accountancy Code of Professional Conduct.
- Recognize the Oregon rules and statutes pertaining to the practice of public accountancy
Joe is a partner at CFO Resources, LLC, a company focused on training and courseware for CPAs and is also the owner of Mill Creek Publishing LLC, a provider of self-study courses for CPAs. Joe has over 30 years of experience as a CPA in both public accounting and industry with extensive experience in financial reporting and analysis, treasury, tax, information technology, legal and regulatory matters and strategic planning. After graduation from Butler University with a degree in Accounting, Joe got his start at Ernst & Young and, subsequent to that, has served as Chief Financial Officer, Director of Treasury and Tax, Controller and Manager of Financial Planning, Reporting and Analysis for several different companies. Joe, along with his wife Patricia McCarthy, have published articles in Missouri and Texas CPA Society publications titled “Incorporating Excel Arrays into Your Audit Plan”.
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