This CPE course discusses the AICPA, SEC, and GAO ethics rules in an inventive and creative way. Through interactive case studies, exercises and illustrative graphics, you will learn the most up-to-date rules.
This course also explains the revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and conceptual framework, which all members of the AICPA must follow, and covers the basic tenets of ethical and professional conduct, the principles of ethics, and explains why the code is necessary and how it is organized.
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Through interactive case studies, exercises and illustrative graphics, this CPE self-study course discusses the AICPA, SEC, and GAO ethics rules in an inventive and creative way. This course explains: