The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a continuing professional education event for certified public accountants on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Professionals can earn up to eight hours of continuing professional education: three hours in tax, three in accounting and auditing (A&A), as well as two in general continuing education.
The continuing education event will take place from 8 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. Dec. 12 in Dickinson Hall on the UA Little Rock campus. The cost to attend is $135 for those who register by Nov. 30, and $160 after Nov. 30.
Continuing education topics include the recent income tax overhaul, accounting and auditing for nonprofits, blockchain, digital innovation and robotics, data analytics, taxation of partnerships, and Arkansas individual income tax.
Other speakers include Ben Grey and Denise Felber, HoganTaylor LLP; Jeffrey Mechanik, Financial Accounting Standards Board; Dr. Kyleen Prewitt, Dr. Gaurav Kumar, and Dr. Richard Woolridge, UA Little Rock faculty; Evan Campbell, Protiviti; Ernie Skyrme, BKD LLP; and Matt Boch, Dover Dixon Horne PLLC.
The event is hosted by the UA Little Rock Accounting Society and Beta Alpha Psi, an honor society for accounting, finance, and business information systems students. Funds raised will be used for service projects and student attendance at conferences.