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Professional Ethics for West Virginia CPAs CPE Course

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Course Title: Professional Ethics for West Virginia CPAs
Course Version: 1.0
Video Lessons: 52
Subject: Ethics
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CPE Credits: West Virginia CPAs (4)

Course Description

This course will present an overview of the most recent version of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, which took effect on December 15, 2014. We will explore the ethical principles included with the code, the rules found within the code, situations which threaten a member’s compliance with code rules, and the AICPA conceptual framework approach to resolving threats to compliance. This course will also explore ethical issues related to recent advances in technology, as well as ethical concerns related to social media and networking. In doing so, we will examine how technological failures may cause threats to compliance with the Code of Professional Conduct, how online behavioral choices may give rise to threats, and how a member may apply the conceptual framework approach as a means of resolving threats to compliance. Finally, this course will examine specific rules for CPAs in the state of West Virginia, including the West Virginia Statutes, and the West Virginia Board of Accountancy’s official rules.

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 ethics.

 

Course Syllabus & Sample Lessons

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CHAPTER 1- The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Principles
Lesson 1.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 1.2- Principles vs. Rules
Lesson 1.3- The Responsibilities Principle
Lesson 1.4- The Public Interest Principle
Lesson 1.5- The Integrity Principle
Lesson 1.6- The Objectivity and Independence Rule
Lesson 1.7- The Due Care Principle
Lesson 1.8- The Scope and Nature of Services Principle
Review- Chapter 1 Review Questions
CHAPTER 2- The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Rules
Lesson 2.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 2.2- The Integrity and Objectivity Rule free
Lesson 2.3- The Independence Rule free
Lesson 2.4- The General Standards Rule
Lesson 2.5- The Compliance With Standards Rule
Lesson 2.6- The Accounting Principles Rule
Lesson 2.7- The Acts Discreditable Rule
Lesson 2.8- The Contingent Fees Rule
Lesson 2.9- The Commissions and Referral Fees Rule
Lesson 2.10- The Advertising and Other Forms of Solicitation Rule
Lesson 2.11- The Confidential Client Information Rule
Lesson 2.12- The Form of Organization and Name Rule
Review- Chapter 2 Review Questions
CHAPTER 3- The Conceptual Framework of the Code
Lesson 3.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 3.2- Incompetence and Disreputable Conduct
Lesson 3.3- Identifying and Evaluating Threats
Lesson 3.4- Categories of Safeguards
Lesson 3.5- The Effectiveness of Safeguards
Lesson 3.6- Applying the Conceptual Framework
Lesson 3.7- Illustrated Examples
Lesson 3.8- Interpretations Under the Independence Rule
Review- Chapter 3 Review Questions
CHAPTER 4- Ethical Conflicts and Conflicts of Interest
Lesson 4.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 4.2- Ethical Conflicts
Lesson 4.3- Conflicts of Interest
Lesson 4.4- Examples of Conflicts of Interest
Lesson 4.5- Applying the Conceptual Framework When a Conflict Occurs
Lesson 4.6- Safeguards Related to Conflicts
Lesson 4.7- Disclosures Related to Conflicts of Interest
Review- Chapter 4 Review Questions
CHAPTER 5- Professional Ethics in the Digital Age
Lesson 5.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 5.2- Compliance Concerns Related to Technology
Lesson 5.3- Compliance Concerns Related to Social Media and Networking
Lesson 5.4- Safeguards Related to Technological and Social Media Threats
Review- Chapter 5 Review Questions
CHAPTER 6- West Virginia Statutes, Rules, and Regulations
Lesson 6.1- Learning Objectives and Key Terms
Lesson 6.2- The West Virginia Board of  Accountancy
Lesson 6.3- Powers of the Board
Lesson 6.4- The Board’s Rule-Making Authority
Lesson 6.5- Licensure Requirements in West Virginia
Lesson 6.6- License Renewal Requirements in West Virginia
Lesson 6.7- Firm Permits
Lesson 6.8- Prohibited Conduct
Lesson 6.9- Mandated Conduct
Lesson 6.10- Further Reading and Conclusion
Review- Chapter 6 Review Questions

Professional Ethics for Vermont CPAs CPE Training Course Overview

Course includes all video lessons and the instructor’s course transcript, 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 Professional Ethics for Vermont CPAs CPE training course qualifies for continuing education credit for CPAs (Certified Public Accountants) in Vermont.

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