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Review of Ethics Issues for Kentucky CPAs (KENE)

Customer Rating
Field of Study
Regulatory Ethics
Level
Basic
Credits
2
Qualifies For
CPE



Price:  $19.99
Whether you are just beginning your career or have been a practitioner for many (many) years, as a Certified Public Accountant you assume an obligation to adhere to the fundamental principles of integrity, objectivity and independence in all of your professional activities. These principles are the accounting profession's recognition of its responsibilities to the public, to clients, and to colleagues. They help guide CPAs in the performance of their professional responsibilities and form the foundation of ethical decision-making and actions. Those who rely on CPAs rightfully expect them to discharge their professional responsibilities with integrity, objectivity and independence. In this respect, CPAs often face conflicting pressures from clients, investors, governments, and the financial community. In resolving these conflicts CPAs must act ethically, with integrity as their guiding principle, in order to fulfill their responsibilities to all those involved.

Additional information

Credits

2

Format

Self-Study Download

Company Code

Self Study

Yellow Book Approved

0

CFP Approved

0

IRS Approved

0

CTEC Approved

0

Field of Study Credits

Regulatory Ethics (Technical) (2)

Field of Study Department

Regulatory Ethics (Technical)

Course Version

2019-01

CPE Approved

1

Pre-requistes:

None

Knowledge Level:

Basic

Major Topics:

  • The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, including recent changes to it
  • The core principles of professional conduct – integrity, objectivity, and independence

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, including recent changes to it
  • Understand the core principles of professional conduct -- integrity, objectivity, and independence

Designed For:

CPAs desiring to satisfy the general professional ethics requirement in Kentucky
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