YE Seminar

Crowe Year-End Seminar

Location: Columbus, OH
Start date:

12/13/2019 7:30 AM Eastern

End date:

12/13/2019 1:30 PM Eastern

Services: Audit, Applied Technology, Benefit Plan Audit, Business Risk, Regulatory Compliance Risk, Technology Risk, Federal Tax, International Tax, National Tax Office, Private Client, State and Local Tax
Industries: Automotive, Construction and Real Estate, Food and Commodities, Higher Education, Manufacturing and Distribution, Metals, Not-for-Profit, Private Equity Groups, Retail Dealer
YE Seminar

Embassy Suites by Hilton Columbus Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place
Dublin, OH 43017



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7:30-8:30 a.m. - Registration and Breakfast 
Registration and Breakfast
8:30-8:40 a.m. - Introduction 
8:40-9:40 a.m. - Year-End Tax Planning

The end of the year is just around the corner. Now is the time to implement 2019 tax planning strategies that can help you save time and maintain compliance. Crowe will provide the latest on critical tax issues from this year and keep you up to date on the latest tax reform developments and how businesses and individuals continue to be affected.

By participating in this session, you should be able to identify federal, state and local, and international tax developments to help you execute tax planning ideas for your organization.

9:40-10:30 a.m. - Cyberresilience: Minimizing the Impact and Cost of a Cyberbreach

The risk of a cyberbreach is top of mind for boards and executives in most every industry. Breaches are more and more common and costly despite the billions invested in cybersecurity controls every year. The challenge for business leaders is to know how best to prioritize and maximize their investments in cybersecurity. This session will address the importance of becoming a “cyberresilient” business that can minimize disruptions and costs in the event of a breach.

As a result of participating in this event, you should be able to:

  • Analyze the business impact and costs of a cyberbreach
  • Recognize the difference between cybercompliance and cyberresilience
  • Identify how to prioritize where to invest to become cyberresilient
10:30-10:45 a.m. - Break
10:45-11:40 a.m. - Audit and Accounting Overview

This session will cover recently issued accounting standards and the expected impact of these standards on financial reporting.

The session will provide an update on changes to accounting standards affecting public and private entities. ­ ­ By participating in this presentation, you should be able to: ­

  • Discuss current accounting standards and their effects on financial statements and disclosures ­
  • Prepare for recently issued but not yet effective accounting standards, their effective dates, and their expected impact on financial statements and disclosures
11:40 a.m.-12:35 p.m. - Economic Update
Watch as senior economist Jim Glassman shares a recap of events from 2019, as well as his insights on the important economic indicators to watch for in 2020. Topics will range from the job market to housing and capex spending. In addition, Jim will discuss an analysis of the GDP differences between the U.S. and other countries, including inflation and the federal deficit. As a result of participating in this session, you should be able to recognize how the current state of the federal budget and potential consequences of sequestration aimed at reducing the federal deficit may affect businesses and the overall economy.
12:35 - 1:30 pm - Lunch

CPE information

Recommended for 3 hours
1.0 Accounting
1.0 Tax
1.0 Information Technology

Prerequisites: None
Program level: None
Advance preparation: None
Instructional delivery method: Group live

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Who should participate

CFOs, controllers, tax professionals, and finance executives

Contact information

For more information, please contact Christina Clay via email or by calling +1 614 280 5226.