Corporate Accounting

Executive Enterprise Institute (EEI) delivers accredited education on present and pending SEC, FASB and authoritative pronouncements and their impact on reporting. Explore best practices for meeting the corporate financial reporting, accounting and compliance challenges of today and those on the horizon.

Advanced Income Tax Accounting(Combinable with Income Tax Accounting)

November 20, 2015 — Orlando, FL

Income Tax Accounting(Combinable with Advanced Income Tax Accounting)

November 19, 2015 — Orlando, FL

Internal Investigations and Government Subpoenas: Pitfalls and Pratfalls

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Upcoming Programs

Two Timely Courses; Earn 16 CPE Credits!

Income Tax Accounting (ASC 740)

November 19, 2015 — Orlando, FL

This course is an introduction to the concepts and rules under ASC 740. Footnotes for several compnaies will be examined to see how they reported the information in their financial statements and hands-on exercises related to the accounting for income taxes will also be done.

Advanced Income Tax Accounting (ASC 740)

November 20, 2015 — Orlando, FL

This course will examine more advanced accounting topics and how ASC 740 relates to them. In addition to coverage of these topics we will discuss specific examples and go over some of the concerns from the FASB and SEC.

30th Annual Tax Withholding and Information Reporting Conference

December 3-4, 2015 — New York, NY

This is a must-attend event for all those struggling with the expanding universe of withholding and reporting regimes, particularly the advent of the Common Reporting Standard on January 1, 2016, in “early adopter” countries. Struggles continue with the operational challenges and technical questions of the FATCA regime. And you lose focus at your peril on more traditional concerns with the U.S. backup withholding and Form 1099 reporting regimes and the NRA chapter 3 withholding and reporting rules.