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CALCPA TO HOLD EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN WEBCAST ON JUNE 12, 2020 ON NEW REGULATORY, AUDIT AND ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS IN COVID-19

BURLINGAME, CALIFORNIA / AGILITYPR.NEWS / May 22, 2020 / CALCPA TO HOLD EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN WEBCAST ON JUNE 12, 2020 ON NEW REGULATORY, AUDIT AND ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS IN COVID-19


Know the Difference Between Merged & Terminated Plans

Register now for our June 12 Employee Benefit Plans Annual Audit Virtual Conference, where you'll learn about the complexities, trending issues and steps you can take to be up to date on regulatory, audit and accounting requirements.

  

SESSION HIGHLIGHT: Mergers and Terminations: What You Need to Know

Led by Andrew Armstrong (SingerLewak) and Robert K. Butterfield (Butterfield Schechter LLP), this session will explore the difference between a merged plan and a terminated plan, review the important dates associated with each and explain the required disclosures and proper financial statement presentations. It will also cover the common issues and errors made by companies and auditors.

  

Be sure to check out a special message from CalCPA Employee Benefit Plans Annual Audit Conference Committee Member Troy Atkinson, CPA (Eide Bailly LLP)


Additional sessions will cover:

  • Department of Labor (DOL) Update
  • Accounting, Auditing & Reporting Update
  • Auditing in Trying Times (COVID-19)
  • Communications to Those Charged With Governance
  • Adding Value for Plan Sponsors (Trends and Amendments)
  • Form 5500
  • Operational Errors: Pitfalls & Solutions 
  • Auditing in a Digital World


Instructors Include:

  • Andrew Douglas Armstrong, CPA
  • Jasmine Starr Baker, CPA
  • Darlene M. Bayardo, CPA
  • Summer Breen
  • Jason D Figgat, CPA
  • Brent Hulbert
  • Jill C. Kitchin, CPA
  • Marilee P. Lau, CPA
  • Bertha A. Minnihan, CPA
  • Thomas Jay Parry, CPA
  • Marilyn Ryding
  • Meredith J. Sesser
  • Mark Jeffrey Wirth, CPA


REGISTER FOR THE VIRTUAL CONFERENC HERE


About CalCPA

CalCPA traces its heritage to 1903 when the California State Society of Certified Public Accountants was organized. In 1909, it merged with two other state CPA associations to form CalCPA. CalCPA serves more than 43,000 members in public practice, private industry, academia and government and has 14 chapters across California. CalCPA also offers more than 1,400 live courses, conferences, webcasts and on-demand self-study courses annually. For more information, visit www.calcpa.org.


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