Current Issues in Accounting and Business Ethics ‐ 2023 (8 CPE Hours)


May 16th or June 27th via Zoom or May 31st in-person (Plymouth). 8:30am – 4:50pm. 4 hours of Regulatory Ethics and 4 hours of Behavioral Ethics



Learning Objectives and Program Content

  1. Understand the attitudes of other related to ethics
  2. Understand laws, rules and regulations which apply to CPAs and finance professionals
  3. Understand consequences of violating the laws, rules and regulations
  4. Understand and learn from current ethical violations
  5. Understand benefits of ethical leadership

Course Details

Instructor Boz, Mary
Number of CPE Hours 8
Location Zoom Meeting
Field of Study Ethics, Behavioral (Non-Technical), Ethics, Regulatory (Technical)
Level Basic
Delivery Method Group (Internet-Based)
Prerequisites None
Advance Preparation None Required
Policies A full refund is offered if registration is cancelled by a participant prior to the CPE session. Credit toward a future session offered for no-shows. Contact Boz (612-414-9629) to cancel or for more questions.
Other Notes

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