Challenges & changes in accounting, auditing, and financial requirements are constantly changing. This creates an environment of collaboration, networking, and education. This conference provides quality content from nationally recognized speakers who offer unrivaled quality content in one place.
We are proud to partner with the Idaho Society of CPAs, the Montana Society of CPAs, the Nevada Society of CPAs, the Utah Association of CPAs and the Washington Society of CPAs.
CPAs and finance professionals in industry and public practice.
Public accounting firms face a technology tsunami. Traditional tools such as practice management, tax, audit, document management, and workflow are as important as ever. However, new opportunities with tools based on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and process automation are available now to improve firm efficiency.
Join us in this session – designed specifically for public practice professionals – to gain real-world, practical perspectives on the opportunities available today. In addition, you will learn about specific actions you can take to capitalize on new tools and better techniques in all areas of practice, from tax to audit to client accounting services.
Covid-19 lead to the deferral in the implementation of many of our professional standards
(accounting, auditing, ethics, etc.), but the deferral periods are coming to a close. Now we need
to worry about them! This session will briefly cover those accounting and auditing standards
that affect most of us and the clients we serve.
Considerations for Remote Audits
Attendees will learn how to efficiently perform audit engagements in a remote environment while complying with GAAS requirements.
How to perform audit procedures on internal controls
How to observe inventory counts and fixed assets
How COVID-19 impacts risk assessments (including fraud risks)
Remote Audits and Fraud Considerations in a Virtual Environment
Unique planning considerations
Impact on internal controls and walkthroughs
Fraud risks to reconsider
Confidence is high in the employment market, and the outlook is upbeat as the economy recovers and businesses are hiring again. But with the return to a candidate-driven market, is your company prepared to face fierce competition for skilled talent?
Learn how to adapting to new ways of doing business and managing work-life balance with a focus on flexibility and retention
Learn what positions and skills are now in demand in the accounting and finance industry
Understand where salaries are headed and latest trends in benefits and perks
New generations of employees started our accounting culture shift years ago. The pandemic pushed this change over the edge. If you haven’t reset your company culture yet, you’re already behind. Join this session to shift your culture paradigm and set a new, fresh vision of what company culture is…and can be.
Rethink how you define company culture.
Define what really matters to you and your company NOW, not “pre-pandemic”
Design a new culture that incorporates your strengths and your vision