Ethics for Washington CPAs 2020-2021 (ETH151) - 4 CPE Hours
Ethics for Washington CPAs 2020-2021 meets the four-hour ethics CPE requirement for CPAs licensed in the state of Washington (You can take this course if your reporting period ends 12/31/2020 or 12/31/2021).
Section I covers the Washington State Board of Accountancy Administrative Rules, including the role of the Board, administrative policies, disciplinary policies, and requirements for the continued competency of licensees and firms.
Also covered are recent changes in the Board’s rules and policies dealing with individual licensing, reciprocity for accountants from foreign countries, the CPE deficiency process, the complainant recourse process, and peer review.
Section II covers the Washington State Board of Accountancy rules pertaining to ethics and prohibited practices and the current AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. Key comparisons are made between the AICPA Code and the Washington Rules and Statutes. Examples and case studies are used to illustrate the most important rules and interpretations.
Appendix I contains the Public Accountancy Act (RCW 18.04).
All course materials provided No additional testing, grading or certificate fees Program Level: Overview Prerequisites: None Advanced Preparation: None Instructional Method: This program is a QAS Self Study offering. Field of Study: Regulatory/Professional Ethics
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