The global tragedy of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is being felt by individuals and businesses alike. While the long-term economic and business consequences remain unknown, this course will provide insight into the real-life implications that this pandemic is already having on the application of currently required accounting, presentation, and disclosure rules when preparing the financial statements of public and nonpublic entities alike. This course will also provide tips for public accounting professionals who must continue to provide audit, attest, and accounting services for clients for financial statements dated December 31, 2019 and thereafter.
- Practical financial statement implications triggered by various U.S. GAAP and special purpose framework accounting, presentation, and disclosure matters, such as the following and more:
- Subsequent events
- Valuation of receivables and investments
- Impairment of long-lived assets, including goodwill
- Hedge accounting, including interest rate swaps
- Revenue recognition, including collectability and variable consideration
- Loss contingencies
- Going concern
- Real-life examples of risk and uncertainty disclosures being made by public and nonpublic companies alike
- Critical internal control considerations in today’s business and economic environment
- Tips for public accountants continuing to provide audit, attest, and accounting services, including the impact on audit and attest reporting
- Identify the accounting, presentation, and disclosure requirements of financial statements prepared under U.S. GAAP and special purpose frameworks that are likely to “kick-in” as a result of the continued pandemic.
- Understand important internal control considerations as financial statements must continue to be prepared during this tumultuous time.
- Recognize tips for public accounting professionals who must continue to provide audit, attest, and accounting services to help clients satisfy internal and external reporting requirements.
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accountants, and other financial reporting professionals.
Jennifer has over 20 years experience in designing and instructing high-quality training programs in a wide variety of technical and “soft skills” topics needed for professional and organization success. In 2003 she founded Emergent Solutions Group, which is dedicated to meeting organization’s professional training needs on a project or part-time basis. Jennifer serves a wide variety of clients, including public accounting firms, private industry corporations, and public sector agencies.
Encoursa is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: NASBAregistry.org.
Date & Time
Thursday, April 2, 2020
1:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
Webinars: CPE certificates will be accessible through your dashboard 1 hour after a webinar concludes.
Self-Study: CPE certificates will be accessible through your dashboard immediately after passing the qualified assessment.
For specific instructions on accessing your CPE, please see our FAQ section on our support page.
- Multiple Attendees on Webinars: Each attendee should register separately for the webinar. If more than 1 attendee participated from the same device, please contact us after the event to let us know. For group signups for paid events, please contact us.