Sessions For December 4

04

Wednesday
8:00am-12:00pm

COR19101. Fundamentals of Construction Accounting and Auditing

Instructor: James Miller, Russ Rigler
Track: Accounting & Auditing - Construction
Knowledge Level: Beginner
Field of Study: Accounting, Auditing
CPE Credits: 4.5

This session will provide an understanding of fundamental concepts of construction accounting and auditing. Participants will:

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn basics on going through accounting for construction contracts and how to approach an audit of a construction contractor.
  • Learn about incorporating Topic 606 (revenue recognition) and understanding the key inputs, measures, constraints, and other items needed to properly account for contracts.
  • Learn how to audit construction contractors, including risk assessments, understanding risks associated with construction contractors, implementing Topic 606 procedures.

04

Wednesday
9:00am-12:00pm

COR19102. A 199A Workshop

Instructor: Jim DeBree
Track: Accounting & Auditing - Real Estate
Knowledge Level: Beginner
Field of Study: Taxes
CPE Credits: 3.5

This workshop will cover an overview of Section 199A and will discuss multiple issues that must be addressed to comply with the provisions of this complex set of new rules. Session contents will include the mechanics of computing the deduction for qualified business income, the rules governing qualified trade or businesses, specified service trades or businesses, W-2 wage and UBIA limitations, aggregation rules and anti-abuse rules.
Learning Objectives:

  • Learning Objectives:To provide an understanding of the rules of Section 199A and how they are implemented.
  • To identify opportunities for practitioners to provide consulting services to clients who own affected trades or businesses.

04

Wednesday
1:00pm-4:00pm

COR19103. The Language of Real Estate

Instructor: Andrew Alperstein, Brett Johnson, Joyce Soriano-McDowell,
Track: Accounting & Auditing - Real Estate
Knowledge Level: Beginner
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
CPE Credits: 3.5

The real estate industry has many unique terms and measurements which are used by company executives, market analysts, and investors to understand the financial results and value real estate assets.
Learning Objectives:

  • The Language of Real Estate will cover various terms, acronyms, and measurements that are used in commercial real estate.
  • To identify opportunities for practitioners to provide consulting services to clients who own affected trades or businesses.

04

Wednesday
1:00pm-5:00pm

COR19104. Construction Tax

Instructor: Taryn Smith, Dee Estep
Track: Tax - Construction
Knowledge Level: Beginner
Field of Study: Taxes
CPE Credits: 4.5