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Subject Area: Ethics  
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics  
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or AICPA Code of Professional Conduct 4

Course Topics

  1. AICPA Code of Professional Conduct
  2. Principles and Rules
  3. Integrity and Objectivity Rule
  4. Independence Rule
  5. General Standards Rule
  6. Compliance with Standards Rule
  7. Accounting Principles Rule
  8. Acts Discreditable Rule
  9. Contingent Fees Rule
  10. Commissions and Referral Fees Rule
  11. Advertising and Other Forms of Solicitation Rule
  12. Confidential Client Information Rule
  13. Form of Organization and Name Rule
  14. Conceptual Framework for Members in Public Practice

NOT ACCEPTED FOR STATE-SPECIFIC ETHICS REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, NEW YORK, TEXAS, WASHINGTON, ETC.

or CIA Ethics 4

Course Topics

  1. Ethics -- Basics
  2. Codes of Ethical Conduct for Professionals
  3. Applicable Standards
  4. Internal Audit Ethics
  5. Internal Audit Charter
  6. Independence of the Internal Audit Activity
  7. Objectivity of Internal Auditors
  8. Impairment to Independence and Objectivity
  9. Auditor Proficiency
  10. Other Legal Requirements

NOT ACCEPTED FOR STATE-SPECIFIC ETHICS REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, NORTH CAROLINA, NEW YORK, TEXAS, ETC.

or CMA Ethics 2

Course Topics

  1. Ethics for CMAs
  2. Corporate Ethics and Legislation
  3. Corporate Responsibility for Ethical Behavior
  4. Fraud and the Fraud Risk Model
  5. Addressing Fraud and Error

NOT ACCEPTED FOR STATE-SPECIFIC ETHICS REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, NORTH CAROLINA, NEW YORK, TEXAS, ETC.

or Florida CPA Ethics 4

Course Topics

  1. Ethics Overview
  2. Ethical and Legal Requirements for CPAs
  3. Disciplinary Process
  4. Statute
  5. Rules -- Definitions
  6. Rules -- Independence
  7. Rules -- Integrity and Objectivity, Certain Fees, Clients of Other CPAs
  8. Rules -- General Standards, Confidentiality, Records
  9. Rules -- Advertising, Responsibility for Other Persons
  10. Rules -- Form of Practice and Name
  11. Rules -- Continuing Professional Education and Licensing
  12. Rules -- Discipline
  13. Rules -- Peer Review
or New York CPA Ethics – General Studies Course 4

Course Topics

  1. Ethics in General
  2. New York CPA Ethics
  3. Statute
  4. Regents Rules, Part 29
  5. Regulations of the Commissioner
  6. Professional Misconduct and Discipline
  7. Other Ethical Requirements
  8. AICPA
  9. New York State Society of CPAs Code of Professional Ethics
  10. Case Studies

A licensee can take either the general ethics course or an ethics course in a concentration area to meet the ethics requirement.

A licensee completing the annual CPE requirement by taking 40 credits in any combination of the five allowable subject areas can count the ethics credits towards his/her annual CPE total in the CPE tracking year that the ethics course is actually taken.

A licensee completing his/her annual CPE requirement by taking 24 credits concentrated in either accounting, auditing, or tax may count the ethics credits towards his/her annual total only if the ethics course is in the subject area of the concentration. An individual who is completing a concentration may take the general ethics course to meet the ethics requirement but may not count those ethics credits toward the 24 concentration credits.

Texas Ethics: An Overview for Texas CPAs 4

Course Topics

  1. Introduction
  2. Ethical Principles and Values
  3. Ethical Reasoning and Dilemmas
  4. Core Values of the CPA Profession
  5. Texas Rules of Professional Conduct
 
AICPA Clarified Attestation Standards
AICPA Code of Professional Conduct
Accounting Standards and SEC Reporting
Accounting for Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Reporting
Accounting for Intangible Assets and Other Capitalization Issues
Accounting for Inventories
Adjustments to Income Tax Liability: Credits, Alternative Minimum Tax, FICA (2016)
Audit Evidence: Applications
Audit Evidence: Concepts
Audit Planning and Risk Assessment for External Auditors
Bankruptcy
Business Information Systems
CIA Ethics
CMA Ethics
Calculating Tax Liability for C Corporations (2016)
Choosing the Best Entity for a New Business
Compilation of Financial Statements -- Clarified Standards
Corporate: S Corporation Formation and Operation (2016)
Corporate: Taxable Income (2017)
Current Liabilities
Deducting Casualty and Theft Losses
EA/RTRP Ethics
Estates, Trusts, and Wealth Transfer (2016)
Ethics for Tax Practitioners
Ethics in Tax Practice
Financial Accounting for Tax Practitioners
Firm's Capital Structure
Florida CPA Ethics
Forensic Accounting: A Fraud Emphasis
Governmental Accounting: Concepts and the CAFR
Governmental Audits: An Overview
Hot Spots for Retirees: Retired Individuals (2016)
Hot Topics for Landlords: Residential Property Investors (2016)
Individual: Above-the-Line Deductions and Losses (2017)
Individual: Accounting Methods, Filing Status, and Personal Exemptions (2017)
Individual: Business Expenses/Losses (2016)
Individual: Exclusions from GI (2016)
Individual: Gross Income (2017)
Individual: Itemized Deductions (2017)
Information Technology: Computer File Storage and Systems Security
Internal Auditing: Audit Evidence and Documentation
Internal Auditing: Charter, Independence, and Objectivity
Internal Control: Basic Concepts for the External Auditor
Internal Control: Cycle Approach
Introduction to FBAR
Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis
Landlord and Tenant
Lessons for the Accountant from Frauds Related to Misappropriation of Assets
Lessons for the Auditor from Major Accounting Frauds
Lessons for the Tax Preparer
Limited Liability Companies
Main Differences between International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
New York CPA Ethics – General Studies Course
Not-for-Profit Entities: Accounting and Reporting
Partnership Basics: Basis and Allocation of Income and Loss (2016)
Payroll (2016)
Practice Before the IRS (2017)
Preparation of Financial Statements -- Clarified Standards
Property Transactions: Basis and Capital Gains & Losses (2016)
Property Transactions: Character and Recognition for Property Sales and Exchange (2017)
Reporting Issues: Topics for the Independent Auditor
Saving Your Clients Money and Getting Repeat Business: Tax Planning (2017)
Schedule C Hot Spots: Sole Proprietors (2017)
Section 179 Deductions
Self-Employed Payroll Hot Spots: S Corporation and LLC Compensation (2017)
Staying Current with Tax Laws: Federal Tax Update (2017)
Tax Considerations for Divorce
Tax Procedures (2017)
Taxes and the Affordable Care Act
Texas Ethics: An Overview for Texas CPAs
The 30,000-Foot View: Taxes for Businesses
The Insurance Mandates and the Affordable Care Act (2016)
The Vacation Home
Valuing Inventory to Avoid Poor Pricing Decisions
Working from Home: The Home Office Deduction