Accountants Liability: Balancing Risk and Reward (Tax Focus)
Offering tax services can expose you to professional liability. Here's the information you need to identify, assess, and mitigate risks arising from everyday decision-making.
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Jan Lewis, CPA, Deborah K. Rood, Henry J. Grzes
Fortify your practice
Which clients should you serve? What services will you provide? How will you best deliver those services?
A thorough evaluation of your professional approach, and keeping an eye out for legal risks, will greatly benefit you and your clients.
Join this panel of experts to learn:
- Professional liability exposures
- Conditions where professional liability exposures can surface
- How to identify liability threats
- How to ensure financial decisions reasonably outweigh professional liability risks
In addition to earning CPE credits, CNA policyholders may earn up to a 10% premium credit for three consecutive years on their AICPA Professional Liability Insurance policy. Please consult your agent for further details regarding eligibility.
Please Note: Professional liability premium discounts will only be applied for viewing this webcast once. Multiple viewings will not result in the application of multiple discounts.
- Claim data of the AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Program
- Practice management
- Firm culture and going to market
- Client and engagement letters and acceptance
- Relationship continuance and termination
- Data security
- Risk management issues relating to tax and consulting services
- Recognize how to assess the professional liability risks of new and existing clients and services in relation to the firm's risk tolerance.
- Identify claim data by area of practice and understand implications for the firm.
- Identify how risk changes as a result of new information, client action (or inaction), and unforeseen events that can surface during a tax or consulting engagement.
- Recognize strategies to balance risk and maintain alignment with the firm's risk tolerance.
Who Will Benefit
- CPAs and CGMA designation holders
- Tax practitioners
- Legal professionals
- Accounting and finance professionals
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