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Date and Time: Wednesday, October 27, 10:00 am – 11:50 am EST

Description: The COVID-19 pandemic has altered corporate and public accounting in ways we could never have imagined. This broad-based course will discuss accounting and auditing implications that have arisen as a result of the pandemic.

Learning objectives:

  • Develop an appreciation for what has changed in the pandemic environment
  • Understand how risk assessment looks different after COVID-19
  • Foster a creative mindset that facilitates flexible problem solving in unprecedented circumstances

Major subjects:

  • Risk assessment
  • PPP Loans
  • Pandemic-related accounting pronouncements
  • Learning to be an auditor in a pandemic environment
  • Financial statement disclosures
  • Exploring liquidity options
  • Accounting tools and techniques for supporting managerial decisions
  • Other current events as appropriate

Who should attend:

Any accountant or business stakeholder who is curious about the way that COVID-19 has affected businesses and it interested in crafting success strategies in this challenging climate.

Prerequisite: None

Course level: Basic

FOS: Accounting

Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

Price: $59

Christopher Harper, CPA, MBA

Chris is a CPA with the heart of a teacher. He is a clinical affiliate instructor of accounting with Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business. He also serves as a senior manager and director of education for Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors. Chris has been serving tax and accounting needs of closely held business and individuals since 1998

Course materials are only available to students enrolled in the course.