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Surgent's Internal Controls That Matter: Managing Risk With the Updated COSO Framework (COSF)

 
 
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VSCPA Members
$125.00 Regular Registration
Non-members
$125.00 Regular Registration
Designed For:

Accountants responsible for designing, evaluating, and/or monitoring internal controls over financial reporting

Prerequisite:

Experience with designing, evaluating, or monitoring internal controls

Technological advances, cybersecurity threats, increased regulatory scrutiny, globalization, and other challenges have caused entities and auditors to struggle with proper consideration of the cost-benefit of internal controls, recognizing that a well-designed system does not have to prevent or detect all internal control deficiencies -- just ones that matter most to the entity's objectives related to financial reporting, compliance, operations and strategy. This course provides practical guidance on what a sound system of internal controls "looks like" and its impact on the reliability of financial statements, particularly for smaller entities. In addition, a broader discussion of enterprise-wide risk management will be discussed in accordance with COSO's Enterprise Risk Management - Integrated Framework.

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