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This course includes an analysis of all the relevant authoritative pronouncements that a CPA must have an understanding of in order to properly perform preparation, compilation, and review engagements. This course will address the changes made by SSARS 25 along with implementation guidance! Troublesome areas as identified in peer reviews and litigation will be addressed. Participants who take this course will enjoy a smooth sailing in their peer reviews… guaranteed!
Note: Title change effective October 2021. Changed from: “SSARS Standards: The Best Annual Update and Review of the Preparation, Compilation, and Review Standards by Walter Haig”
- Analysis of the SSARS statements and interpretations issued the past 18 months including SSARS 25 that was issued in the spring of 2020
- Analysis of the “Preparation of Financial Statements” standards as amended by SSARS 25 with detailed implementation guidance
- Analysis of the “Compilation” standards as amended by SSARS 25 with implementation guidance
- Analysis of the “Review” standards as amended by SSARS 25 with detailed implementation guidance
- Common mistakes made in SSARS engagements as identified in peer reviews and in litigation
If you would like to register for this event, please contact OSCPA at 800-255-1470, 503-641-7200, or email email@example.com.
Walter J. Haig II, CPA-WA, is one of the highest rated auditing and accounting instructors, if not the highest rated, for classroom seminars and webinars in every state he has taught. Over the years he has taught in more than 30 states.
Haig’s experience is extensive in auditing, accounting, and financial advisory services to family-owned businesses. He is also a highly regarded consultant in cases involving accountant’s malpractice.
His skills as an instructor have won him the AICPA’s Outstanding Discussion Leader Award five times and the Washington Society of CPAs Highest Rated Instructor Award six times. The Washington Society of CPA’s Discussion Leader of the Year Award was named in his honor.
Haig has served on various AICPA and Washington Society of CPA's task forces and committees in the areas of auditing, personal financial planning and continuing education. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from the University of Colorado and completed his Executive Management Program in Enology and Viticulture at U.C. Davis.