Annual For-Profit Tax & Accounting Conference
08 September 2021Join us virtually for two days of programs centered around the latest hot topics.
9.29.30 & 9.30.21
Re-Cover, Re-Build, Re-Open
Attend all five sessions and receive 6 CPE Credits.
CPE credit hours are available for each program. Choose and register for the following topics:
Wednesday 9.30 / 10:00-11:00 AM (EST) 1 CPE Credit
New York Manufacturing & Business Update with Randy Wolken, MACNY
Join Randy Wolken, President and CEO of MACNY as he assesses the manufacturing and business climate in the Upstate region and New York State as a whole. Learn about both the challenges and opportunities that organizations are currently facing.
Wednesday 9.29 / 1:30-2:30 PM (EST) 1 CPE Credit
Digital Pandemic: Explosive Risks and How to Protect Your Organization
Steve Stasiukonis, Secure Network Technologies, Eric Fehrman, Ellie Luker, Fust Charles Chambers
Dive into cybersecurity, financial and fraud infiltration within the healthcare industry and introduce ways to combat and respond to these serious threats.s.
Wednesday 9.29 / 3:00-4:00 PM (EST) 1 CPE Credit
Audit & Accounting Update
Jamie Bova & Greg O’Leary, Fust Charles Chambers
Join us as we cover the background, impact and recent amendments of ASC 842. In addition, we will explore key considerations with adoption and discuss best practices and lessons learned with implementation approaches.
Thursday 9.30 / 10:00-11:00 AM (EST) 1 CPE Credit
Nicole Woodall, Tom Giufre, Pat Capella and Ellie Luker, Fust Charles Chambers
In this session we’ll discuss tax legislative changes on the horizon and enacted tax laws that may have a significant effect on your business.
Thursday 9.30 / 2:00-3:00 PM (EST) 1 CPE Credit
Board Hot Topics
Greg O’Leary, Fust Charles Chambers
The responsibilities of boards of directors continue to evolve and increase, particularly given the events of the past year. FCC is pleased to present a session focused on topics that are top of mind for board members, including financial reporting, compliance, and culture.
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