Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education

Peer Review Deficiencies – How to Solve Them? (PRD2)

2-Hour Program

WHY ATTEND THIS COURSE?

This program identifies recent peer review matters as identified by the AICPA’s Peer Review Committee. The purpose of this program is to increase the awareness by practitioners of the more frequent peer review issues identified in order to improve future engagement performance.

DESIGNED FOR...

Practitioners in public practice and CPAs in industry who are responsible for the preparation of non-public financial statements. This program assists practitioners in public practice and practitioners in industry by identifying recurring practice problems in accounting, disclosure, auditing, review, and compilations.

OBJECTIVE

Participants will identify recurring peer review matters, and based on this awareness, improve future accounting and performance activities.

MAJOR SUBJECTS

  • Accounting matter issues
  • Disclosure matter issues
  • Audit matter issues
  • Review matter issues
  • Compilation matter issues

COURSE ACRONYM: PRD2

PRESENTATION METHOD: Group-live

LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE: Basic

PREREQUISITES:

  • None

ADVANCE PREPARATION: None

FIELD OF STUDY: Accounting

RECOMMENDED CPE CREDIT: 2 hours


Qualifies for the 24-hour Yellow Book requirement if an auditor has FASB Yellow Book clients. Determination as to the qualification of certain courses for the Yellow Book 24-hour requirement should be made on an auditor-specific basis depending on that auditor’s Yellow Book clients. Note that the determination of course qualification is a matter of an auditor’s professional judgment in consultation with appropriate individuals in the audit firm. The 24 hours are a subset of the 80-hour requirement.


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