Current Accounting and Reporting Developments, Q2 2013
 
FINAL EXAM: To provide evidence of satisfactory completion of this self-study course, you must successfully complete a final examination with a minimum-passing grade of at least 70 percent. The final examination will be launched automatically at the conclusion of the webcast.

REVIEW QUESTIONS: For self study, the CPE Standards require the inclusion of review questions that provide periodic learning feedback. You will find the review questions included in the slides which are available for download. You may pause the playback between each topic and use the review questions to assess your comprehension of the material.

SPECIAL NOTE:
Please note that this webcast is an on-demand version of the live broadcast "Current Accounting and Reporting Developments, Q2 2013" webcast that originally aired on June 16, 2013. If you complete this on-demand version and obtain CPE credit, you CANNOT submit any CPE credit earned for the original live version of this webcast if you attended on June 16, 2013. You can only submit either the certificate from this webcast OR the certificate earned from the live broadcast version of this webcast.

 
Learning objectives
  1. Properly apply authoritative guidance to current accounting issues
  2. Be aware of corporate governance issues and concerns
  3. Be aware of FASB and SEC projects and proposals
Instructional delivery method Self-study
CPE credit 1.5 credits
Field(s) of study Accounting
Prerequisites Basic understanding of accounting and financial reporting.
Program level Update
Advance prep None
 
Program Description Hosted by PwC’s National Professional Services Group, these quarterly webcasts are designed to keep you informed about emerging accounting, regulatory, and market developments impacting financial reporting. The June 19 webcast features insights from a broad range of PwC specialists who will update you on the current state of technical topics and emerging issues that may impact your business.

The following topics will be discussed:
  • Accounting Hot Topics
  • Corporate Governance Update
  • Standard Setting and Regulatory Update
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