|Course Title:||Ethics and the IRS|
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|CPE Credits:||CPAs (4) Verify | Enrolled Agents and OTRPs (4)
Does not qualify for state-specific CPE requirements
While most people probably believe that they have an inherent understanding of what it means to be ethical, the practical application of accounting ethics is much more complicated than simply trying to do the right thing. This video course will examine the subject of ethics within the practice of accounting. By the end of this course, you should understand the rules governing the authority to practice, the duties and restrictions relating to practice before the IRS, the sanctions that may be imposed on a practitioner who violates those duties, and the rules relating to the disciplinary proceedings where violations are alleged. Your instructor will use practical, hypothetical real-world examples to further examine these topics and test your knowledge of the ethical rules and standards for tax professionals.
Watch, listen and learn as your expert instructor guides you through each lesson step-by-step. During this media-rich learning experience, you will see and hear each lesson just as if your instructor were there with you. Reinforce your learning with the text of our course transcript.
We have incorporated years of classroom training experience and teaching techniques to develop an easy-to-use course that you can customize to meet your personal learning needs. Simply launch the easy-to-use interface, click to start a video lesson or open the transcript and you’re on your way to mastering accounting ethics.
Course Syllabus & Sample Lessons
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|CHAPTER 1-||Circular 230 and Practice Before the IRS|
|Lesson 1.1-||Chapter One Learning Objectives and Key Terms|
|Lesson 1.2-||Introduction to Treasury Department Circular 230|
|Lesson 1.3-||The Office of Professional Responsibility|
|Lesson 1.4-||Who Can Practice before the IRS?|
|Lesson 1.5-||What is Practice before the IRS?|
|CHAPTER 2-||Circular 230, Subpart B|
|Lesson 2.1-||Chapter Two Learning Objectives and Key Terms|
|Lesson 2.2-||Introduction to Subpart B of Circular 230|
|Lesson 2.3-||Section 10.20, Information to be Furnished|
|Lesson 2.4-||Section 10.21, Knowledge of Client Errors and Omissions|
|Lesson 2.5-||Section 10.22, Diligence Requirements|
|Lesson 2.6-||Section 10.23, Pending Matters|
|Lesson 2.7-||Section 10.24, Assistance to and from Certain Individuals|
|Lesson 2.8-||Section 10.25, Former Government Employees|
|Lesson 2.9-||Section 10.26, Standards for Notary Services|
|Lesson 2.10-||Section 10.27, Standards for Fees|
|Lesson 2.11-||Section 10.28, Client Records|
|Lesson 2.12-||Section 10.29, Conflicts of Interest|
|Lesson 2.13-||Section 10.30, Advertising and Solicitation|
|Lesson 2.14-||Section 10.31, Negotiation of Taxpayer Checks|
|Lesson 2.15-||Section 10.32, Practice of Law|
|Lesson 2.16-||Section 10.33, “Best Practices”|
|Lesson 2.17-||Section 10.34, Document Standards|
|Lesson 2.18-||Section 10.35, Competency Requirements|
|Lesson 2.19-||Section 10.36, Compliance Procedures|
|Lesson 2.20-||Section 10.37, Written Advice|
|Lesson 2.21-||Section 10.38, Advisory Committees|
|CHAPTER 3-||Disciplinary Proceedings and Sanctions|
|Lesson 3.1-||Chapter Three Learning Objectives and Key Terms|
|Lesson 3.2-||Incompetence and Disreputable Conduct|
|Lesson 3.3-||Referrals to the Office of Professional Responsibility|
|Lesson 3.4-||Alternative Discipline Measures|
|Lesson 3.5-||OPR Investigations|
|Lesson 3.6-||OPR Letters and Conferences|
|Lesson 3.7-||Administrative Law Judge Hearings|
|Lesson 3.8-||The Appeals Process|
|Lesson 3.9-||Expedited Suspensions|
|Lesson 3.11-||Further Reading and Conclusion|
Accounting Ethics CPE Training Course Overview
We offer two types of courses – Standard and CPE (Continuing Professional Education). The Standard training course includes all video lessons and the instructor’s course transcript. The CPE edition includes the same training curriculum, plus a practice exam with evaluative feedback (find out why your answers are right or wrong), your final exam submission and a course certificate of completion. The Accounting Ethics CPE training course qualifies for continuing education credit for CPAs (Certified Public Accountants), Enrolled Agents (EAs) and Other Tax Return Preparers (OTRPs) nation-wide. Please note that this course does not meet the qualifications for any state-specific ethics requirements.
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TeachUcomp, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Board of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: NASBAregistry.org.
TeachUcomp, Inc. is an Approved Continuing Education Provider for Enrolled Agents (EAs) and Other Tax Return Preparers (OTRPs) nation-wide. We have entered into an agreement with the Office of Professional Responsibility, Internal Revenue Service, to meet the requirements of 31 Code of Federal Regulations, section 10.6 (g), covering maintenance of attendance records, retention of program outlines, qualifications of instructors, and length of class hours. This agreement does not constitute an endorsement by the Office of Professional Responsibility as to the quality of the program or its contribution to the professional competence of the enrolled individual.