Delve into data protection, the Dark Web and more at the MNCPA Technology Conference
Attendees can earn up to 17 CPE credits May 21–22
MINNEAPOLIS (May 10, 2019)
—What links together the Dark Web, a landmark Supreme Court ruling and 17 CPE credits? It’s the annual MNCPA Technology Conference
, of course. Join CPAs and accountants from all sectors and industries May 21–22 at the MNCPA Education Center in Bloomington for this annual event.
The conference is led by three speakers from K2 Enterprises
, a leading, national educator on all-things technology. Steven M. Phelan
, CPA, CITP; Val D. Steed
, CPA, CITP, MA; and Thomas G. Stephens Jr.
, CPA, CITP, CGMA will work through 15 different sessions, as well as an optional bonus session about Microsoft Teams, allowing attendees to earn up to 17 CPE credits.
Session highlights include:
- Sales Tax Compliance in a Post-Wayfair World
- Review the Wayfair decision and its impact on businesses, learn about helpful accounting applications and third-party tools to ensure compliance with state requirements, and see how you can streamline your compliance processes.
- Small Business Cloud Accounting Shootout
- Learn the five critical questions to ask yourself when considering a small-business accounting solution.
- Current Tech Crimes: Ripped from the Headlines
- Walk through real-world examples of breaches and security failures to better understand how to protect your company and its data.
- Going Virtual: Technologies to Support Remote Team Members
- Take a closer look at multi-factor authentication, hosting, VOIP, telephony, video conference, document management systems, portals and more.
- Excel’s Best New Features
- Learn how you can create data models, collaborate in real time with other users, use Power Query to link data from external sources, and much more.
to find more information about the MNCPA Technology Conference and to register. Additionally, continental breakfast, refreshments and lunch are provided each day.
The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
(MNCPA) serves the public interest by advancing the highest standards of ethics and practices within the CPA profession. The MNCPA delivers on that promise by offering extensive continuing professional education and resources; advocating for members and the public with regulatory agencies and boards; and mentoring and encouraging the CPAs and business leaders of tomorrow. Founded in 1904, the MNCPA has 8,500 members who work in public accounting, business and industry, government and education.