Monthly Archive:: September 2014
As a CPA, you’re already familiar with continuing professional education (CPE). Your state or your company may likely require it to maintain your licensures and certifications. Even if CPE training is not required, you may still want to take certain courses just to make sure you’re armed with the latest information in the industry. The
There are a number of professional careers in which one must maintain ethical standards and practices, or risk losing licensure or even face legal ramifications. Real estate agents, CPAs, accountants, business professionals and more must all navigate what can sometimes seem like a minefield of ethics laws and regulations. That’s why ethics continuing professional education
Throughout development and implementation the 179D energy tax deduction has gone through several changes. One important change for qualifying buildings for leaseholders and commercial property owners is the difference in the percentage of energy savings in the latest rules that are published by the IRS. 1 person likes this post.
Running a sales based business can be a very challenging and stressful undertaking, but it is more than worth it in the end. A vital part of having success in a sales based business is keeping quality leads coming in, which can be a lot harder than most people think. Trying to generate your own
There are a wide variety of careers in which continuing professional education (CPE) is either required by law, made mandatory by company policy, or is just a smart choice for keeping oneself informed as to the latest rules, trends and regulations. CPE can be useful for gaining new certifications and licensures, or to maintain current