One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.

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An 8 Hour, $100 CPA CPE with George Hartzman in Greensboro, on August19, 2010

You are cordially invited to an Eight Hour,
Intermediate / Advanced CPA CPE Workshop entitled:
 

What Could Happen
After What May Happen Next
 

Critical analysis and debate for CPAs
in public accounting and industry.
 

Topics: An overview of current geopolitical and economic events, North Carolina and local municipal budget and finance highlights, America and the States, Bailout, Greece, Europe, Social Security, The 2009 Financial Report of the U.S. Government, Federal Reserve, FASB, Healthcare Ethics, Tax Ethics, Business and Regulatory Ethics, Hedge and High Frequency Trading
 


Think Professional Education is registered with the North Carolina State Board of CPA Examiners as a sponsor of continuing professional education. Please note that these sessions do not satisfy the annual ethics requirements for North Carolina CPAs.
 


George Hartzman, President of Think Professional Education specializes in economics and financial ethics and has taught North Carolina CPA CPE for ten years. George is the author of Think, What to Do Now, Think, Investor Guide, Think Retirement Plan Edition, Fiduciary Guide, Questions for Investors and Questions for America, which are used to teach CPE and adult education.
 


Each Attendee with recieve a dated, numbered, and signed copy of What Could Happen After What May Happen Next

Mr. Hartzman has worked in the financial services industry as a financial advisor and portfolio manager and holds degrees in Communications, Philosophy and Public Relations from Frostburg State University.


Lunch and refreshments catered by Lox, Stock and Bagel

Seating limited to 30 attendees 


Lecture Format. No advanced preparation or prerequisites necessary. Complaints or comments regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the North Carolina State Board of CPA Examiners, PO Box 12827, Raleigh, NC 27605. Each CPA must exercise judgment in selecting courses and claiming credit for only those courses that contribute to the CPA’s professional competence and meet the standards  found in 21 NCAC 8G .0400 Based on 50 minute hours

Please click button to register in the left column.

1 comment:

johnseomaven said...

You can now take your Continuing Professional Education through the web so you don’t need to go personally to local schools or universities. What you only need is a computer and internet connection then you can now take your CPE courses online. CPA CPE is very important for CPAs as this will help them to get updated with current trends and latest practices in public accounting.