This year, we’re offering hundreds of webinars and self study CPE courses to help you fulfill all your continuing education requirements. Check out a few of our most popular courses being offered in April.

Surgent’s Ethical Considerations for the CPA (ETHC)

Date: April 2 from 1:30p.m.-5:00 p.m. EDT 

Credits: 4

Presenter: Jay Glannantonio, MBA, MS, CPA, CIA

Maintaining the high ethical standards of the accounting profession is a challenge every CPA must face. This course will review the history of the CPA profession with a focus on the ethical requirements a CPA must adhere to in everyday practice. This webinar will also discuss practical ethical dilemmas that practitioners may encounter during everyday practice.

Surgent’s Business Law Essentials for Practitioners and Controllers (BLAW)
Date: April 3 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Credits: 8

Presenter: Chuck Borek, CPA, JD, MBA

This course covers basic legal principles that every accountant should be familiar with to avoid common legal disputes and costly litigation. By analyzing business law issues from the standpoint and background of accountants and auditors, this course will help you develop an approach to client and practice issues with a sensitivity and appreciation for the legal ramifications that can occur.

Excel Shortcuts for Accountants (EXSC)

Date: April 10 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. 

Credits: 2

Presenter: Jeff Lenning

Save your valuable time and learn these tips and shortcuts to help you use excel quickly and effectively. This webinar will cover the most important keyboard shortcuts, demonstrate a better alternative to hiding rows or columns, other SUM functions and learning to workaround major Excel pitfalls.

Fraud & Abuse in Not-For-Profit Entities and Governments: Stealing from Everyone (FANG)

Date: April 23 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. EDT

Credits: 8

Presenter: Charles Blanton, CPA

When fraud occurs in not-for-profit and government organizations, donors and taxpayers may loose confidence in those organizations. This webinar will cover common types of fraud and abuse, and address the auditor’s responsibility related to these issues. You’ll also learn about common signs in financial documents that might point towards abuse or fraud and tools to prevent and detect financial dishonesty.


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