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Keeping up with new standards and current trends in Massachusetts and Washington is a challenge for busy CPAs. Make sense of the changes that are essential to your role at the MSCPA’s Government Accounting & Auditing Conference. Experts will get you up to speed on the most recent standards, pronouncements, trends and regulations. The lineup is packed with seasoned practitioners and state regulators so you get the information you need from the people who know best.
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The Director of Accounts for the Mass DOR will update the conference with contemporary issues facing all practitioners of municipal finance in the Commonwealth.
Lisa will give an overview of the GASB pronouncements that become effective in the coming fiscal years. This session will also explain some of the projects on GASB’s current technical and research agenda.
Brian will discuss how the resources of the Office of the Inspector General may be helpful to auditors of public agencies in reviewing invoices, contracts, and proposed etc. for compliance with the procurement and contracting laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
What does the future of the profession look like? With 43 years at the MSCPA helm, president and CEO Theodore Flynn, CAE will deliver a keynote address on the future of the organization and accounting profession. Flynn, who will retire in December, will discuss major developments and share his thoughts about the MSCPA’s goals for moving the profession forward.
Many of the most onerous provisions of the Obamacare legislation take effect in 2014. Among the key changes affecting employers in 2014 include changes to the health care plans that are offered, new fees for reinsurance, the institution of the employer “pay or play” mandate along with additional reporting requirements, among other things. This presentation will provide attendees with the key things they need to know about these pending changes and how to be prepared for them.
Bill will give an overview of the single audit. The session will explain major peer review issues, how to correct them, and the changes on the horizon for Single Audits.