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This presentation will highlight changes in the law resulting from an Act regulating and insuring short-term rentals and recent amendments. It will also cover a general description of the Room Occupancy Excise under G.L. c. 64G, changes in the law, effective dates of the changes, current and new local options for municipalities, accounting treatment of funds received and potential impacts on the local property tax rate.
The public sector finance and administration market is rapidly moving to so-called “4th Generation Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems,” often referred to as “Intelligent ERP.” This approach combines advanced digital technologies, such as robotic process automation and artificial intelligence, to automate many financial business process areas. We will explore several use cases for adopting these technologies and the related value proposition in this session.
Examine the new standards going into effect, including Statement No.84, Fiduciary Activities and Statement No.87, Leases. We’ll also cover projects on the Board’s technical agenda, such as the reexamination of the financial reporting model, the revenue/expense recognition project and the note disclosure conceptual framework project.
Student activity funds (SAFs) are a focus for the implementation of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board’s (GASB) Statement No. 84, Fiduciary Activities and for compliance with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) regulations, internal controls, policies and procedures. In this session, you’ll learn how DESE’s role has evolved and the provisions and implementation strategies of GASB Statement No.84 regarding SAFs.
This seminar qualifies for the Workforce Training Express Fund program. The course code for this program is 1112817 Click here for more details: https://www.mscpaonline.org/cpe/training_fund