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Session 1 - Accounting Ethics
Session 2 - Unpaid Payroll Taxes
When money is scarce, CPAs know that payroll taxes are the first items that business owners fail to pay. But what they don’t know is that unpaid payroll taxes is an easy crime to prove for a criminal investigator, with imprisonment up to 5 years. Many times, the Forms 941 are signed by CPAs leaving them culpable both civilly and criminally. This presentation will show the CPA that unpaid payroll taxes are a crime, what the IRS looks for in prosecuting these crimes, real life case examples of business owners who went to prison, what CPAs can do to protect themselves, and how to advise their clients when payroll taxes are unpaid.
Session 3 - What in the World of Banking Is Going On?
This session provides an invaluable starting point overview and analysis of recent bank failures. Our presenter, James Hallinan, CPA will explore the economic challenges posed by inflation and rising interest rates, and delve into strategies for effective asset-liability management, interest rate risk mitigation, and liquidity risk management. Discover the pathway forward by strengthening your "GRCA" (Governance, Risk Management, Internal Control, and Audit-Assurance) programs and processes, ensuring both short-term resilience and long-term growth and success.
- Analyze Recent Bank Failures and Cross Industry Considerations/ Implications
- Examine Inflation and Rising Interest Rates
- Discuss Asset-Liability/ Interest Rate Risk/ and Liquidity Risk Management in a Challenging Economic/ Interest Rate (Risk) Environment
- Examine the Ever Evolving Crypto / Digital Currency and Banking Risk Landscape
- Study the Pathway Forward: Strengthening 'GRCA' (Governance/ Risk Management/ (Internal) Control/ and Audit-Assurance) Programs and Processes for Short and Long Term Growth and Success
||Saturday, December 16th, 2023. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST
||Your home or office
||Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE and James Hallinan, CPA, CIA, CSFA, CBA
||2 Ethics, 2 Tax, 4 Audit CPE
||7 Substantive CLE
||FREE for ALA Members / $150 for Non-Members
Robert Nordlander is the principal member of Nordlander CPA, PLLC, a forensic accounting and tax resolution firm. He is a retired Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation. He has over 20 years of experience conducting federal criminal investigations to include tax evasion, money laundering, and other white-collar violations. As an international speaker, he teaches money laundering and forensic accounting to law enforcement, bank officials, attorneys, and court personnel.
James D. (Jim) Hallinan is the Founder, Owner, and Leader of GO2 JH Communications and Consulting. Jim is a growth opportunity oriented (GO2) personal, professional, organizational development, governance, leadership, audit and risk management / control trusted coaching, training and consulting resource partner, and inspirational – motivational communications leader. Jim has over 30 years of diversified corporate and independent consulting and training experience and has been a speaker at various in-house, professional/ organization, client conferences, and training events. During his corporate career, Jim managed relationships and assignments throughout the U.S. and internationally in London, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, and Taiwan. Jim’s life / work mission is to help enlighten (‘bring forth the light from within’), inspire, empower, and support people from all walks and stages of life, teams, groups, and organizations of all types and sizes, and families, schools and communities everywhere, in their quests to create significant, positive, sustainable change; tap more fully into / unleash their inner genius, infinite creativity, and unlimited potential; and experience ever-increasing levels of growth, fulfillment, and success!
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