Course participant reviews for American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
While I can't say I enjoyed every presentation, I can say I learned and was exposed to information I haven't seen yet. If you're new to Forensic Accounting, these tutorials will provide a good overview on many different subjects that Forensic accountants encounter daily. All in all, these courses weren't bad and provided a good look into the ...
I think the program's main value is in the "certificate." All told, I would recommend for this purpose. But I have a few gripes. The program is long on applicable "standards" on short on substantive content. There is no text copy (e.g., a pdf) of the program that you get to keep for reference. Some of the collateral resources are very helpful (e...
Great job hitting the heart of the matter in the role as client adviser and building on improving service for existing, new and prospective clients. - JOHN F. MALONEY, CPA, CFF, CVA, ABAR, WOUCH, MALONEY & CO LLP HORSHAM, PA
Practicing as a CPA has never been as difficult as it is today. Developing a powerful resource network improves your client relationships and increases your firm's revenues. The AICPA Trusted Client Adviser Workshop is an excellent way for the CPA to focus on how to more effectively serve his or her clientele. SIDNEY KESS, CPA, J.D., LL.M.,
I found that the exchange of ideas and information between practitioners with a variety of backgrounds and experiences made the workshop as valuable for me as an established client advisory services practitioner as it was for those new to the field. Dave Ligotti, CPA/PFS Owner, Oakwood Business Services LLC Ann Arbor, MI
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