Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

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Tax Reform CPE
When it comes to something as important as tax reform education, quality matters. Don't turn to just any CPE source -- rely on the MNCPA for best-in-class education on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Seminar Spotlight

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Basis Calculations and Distributions for Pass-Through Entity Owners: Schedule K-1 Analysis
Take a hands-on look at case studies and walk through a line-by-line analysis of Schedule K-1 so you fully understand how it affects basis calculations.

Passive Activities and Rental Real Estate Income Tax Issues
Learn how to handle the complicated passive activity loss rules that apply to certain investments in trade or businesses and rental properties.

Fraud Update: Detecting and Preventing the Top 10 Fraud Schemes
Explore real-world examples illustrating exactly how major frauds are committed so you know what to look for.

Conference Corner

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Candid Conversations About Women and Purpose
Take an insightful look at the roles, challenges and opportunities of women in the accounting profession as you network with fellow women professionals.

Mark your calendar for fall conferences!
If your work involves tax, not-for-profits, business valuations or local government audits, you'll want to save the date for these educational opportunities.

Alternative Options

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Surgent's Guide to the New Revenue Recognition Model for All CPAs (Webinar)
GainĀ a thorough review of the FASB's comprehensive new revenue recognition guidance found in Topic 606.

Tax Reform Deep-Dive Webinars
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created new issues and opportunities for businesses and individuals. Stay on top of the changes with these deep-dive webinars covering one specific tax reform topic.

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