Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

Noteworthy News

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NOTICE: New CPE rules are now in effect
Effective Jan. 9, 2018, new Minnesota Board of Accountancy (BOA) CPE rules expand the list of acceptable CPE formats and limit the credits allowed in nontechnical fields of study. Read more about these changes so you can stay in compliance.

Seminar Spotlight

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Tax reform business changes
In this half-day course, explore the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes impacting corporations and pass-through entities.

Tax reform individual changes
In this half-day course, explore the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes impacting individuals and families, including financial planning considerations.

Designing Effective Business Forecasts
Get hands-on practice and helpful tools to master business forecasting, improve your forecasting processes and implement rolling forecasts.

The Eight-Hour MBA: Key Concepts of Performance Management
Explore strategies to improve business performance, including the balanced scorecard, process improvement, customer service, change management and project management.

New Revenue Recognition Standard
Make sure you're ready to implement this new FASB standard! Review the new five-step process, explore new developments, examine presentation and disclosure requirements, and learn how to sidestep common challenges.

Conference Corner

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Mark your calendar for 2018 conferences
Your schedule fills up fast, so plan early for specialized conferences covering technology, auditing, SALT, financial planning, management, tax and more.

Alternative Options

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Surgent's Critical Tax Reform Update for CPAs: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Webinar)
Get updated on the biggest changes to the tax code in 30 years. 

Blockchain Technology: What Every CPA Should Know (Webinar)
Find out how blockchain will disrupt -- and create opportunities for -- the accounting industry.

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The Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.

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