Our blog post goes out today in hopes of bringing you a little luck in more ways than one. First and foremost, we hope that you and yours are staying healthy. On this St. Patrick’s Day, we’re also sending the luck of the Irish your way with some social distancing-friendly webinar options.
While training may not be at the top of your mind at this moment in time, we realize that this will change as time goes on and we want to ensure you’re aware of opportunities to learn and earn CPE.
Without further ado, check out our brief video below that discusses our 2020 Quarterly Webinar Series lineup.
In summary, we’re hosting 4 webinars on the following topics:
- Leases: An Introduction to Lessee Accounting – April 23, 2020
- SEC Reporting: SEC Update and Hot Topics (2020) – June 11, 2020
- Leases: Sale and Leaseback Transactions – September 10, 2020
- ASUs Effective in 2020 – October 29, 2020
It’s important to note that while the above webinars will cost you “a little gold”, our corporate learners on The Revolution will receive access to these webinars for free. This is just one of the many benefits of becoming a learner on The Revolution through your company or organization. Interested in learning how you or your team can become corporate learners? We’d be happy to talk with you about what this entails!
If you’ve never experienced one of our webinars in the past, we hope that you’ll give ours a try. Our webinars are interactive and application-based, with plenty of examples to illustrate key learning points. And, with GAAP Dynamics, you know it will be fun!
If you’re still not convinced that our webinars are worth the gold, join us for our free webinar coming up in May.
On May 7, 2020 at 11:00 AM ET, we are offering a free webinar on ASUs Effective in 2020. In this 1.5-hour webinar, we’ll cover the Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) applicable to both private companies and public entities effective in 2020 including, but not limited to, changes related to:
- Testing financial instruments and goodwill for impairment
- Disclosing fair value measurements
- Classifying instruments as either debt or equity
- Accounting for non-employee stock compensation
- Capitalizing costs related to cloud computing arrangements
Space is limited, so sign up here today. And while you’re at it, keep the luck going and pass the link on to a friend!
We truly hope to see you in one (or more!) of our webinars this year. If you’re unable to make any of our pre-scheduled webinar dates or another topic has piqued your interest, please keep our tailored webinars in mind for your organization. In short, you choose the topic and tell us who you’d like to attend, and we’ll do the rest! Our top-notch facilitators will create an engaging, CPE-compliant webinar that your team will actually enjoy. On top of that, your team will become “corporate learners” on The Revolution and will receive a host of other benefits, such as free access to our quarterly webinar series and more.
We hope to be a trusted resource for you throughout 2020 and beyond. All that we ask is that you don’t “Irish goodbye” us!
About GAAP Dynamics
We’re a DIFFERENT type of accounting training firm. We don’t think of training as a “tick the box” exercise, but rather an opportunity to empower your people to help them make the right decisions at the right time. Whether it’s U.S. GAAP training, IFRS training, or audit training, we’ve helped thousands of professionals since 2001. Our clients include some of the largest accounting firms and companies in the world. As lifelong learners, we believe training is important. As CPAs, we believe great training is vital to doing your job well and maintaining the public trust. We want to help you understand complex accounting matters and we believe you deserve the best training in the world, regardless of whether you work for a large, multinational company or a small, regional accounting firm. We passionately create high-quality training that we would want to take. This means it is accurate, relevant, engaging, visually appealing, and fun. That’s our brand promise. Want to learn more about how GAAP Dynamics can help you? Let’s talk!
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