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IFRS for SME Section 20 Leases webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Know how to identify lease arrangements qualifying for recognition; Know the difference between a finance leases and an operating leases; Understand the rights and obligations of the lessor and lessee; Understand how to account for lease payments; and Understand how to recognise and disclose leases in the AFS; Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  Introduction toIFRS for SMEs Section 20Leases. Definition of a lease: Operating lease. Finance lease. Lessor's rights and obligations. Lessee's rights and obligations. Accounting treatment of leases. Lease recognition and disclosure.


2 Hours | R195.00
Anton van Wyk CA(SA)

IRBA 2019 Inspections Report webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Be aware of the contents of the IRBA2019Inspections Report, including: The findings - focus on recurring quality deficiencies;and Recommendations. Be aware of the basic requirements relating to the remedial action process; Be able to identify similar shortcomings within own practice; Be aware of actions necessary to pass upcoming IRBA inspections; Be able to inform audit/ other assurance staff on improvements and quality measures; and Be able to adapt standardised working papersthat addressdeficiencies identified in the report. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: IRBA 2019 Public Inspections Report - Analysis and summary: Objective. Background and focus areas. Overview of inspection results. Key inspection themes: Deficiencies found at firm level. Deficiencies found at engagement level. Remedial Action Process: Root cause analysis. Remedial action plan. Future outlook: What to expect next?


2 Hours | R195.00
Lettie Janse van Vuuren

Third party access to working papers webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participants should understand: How to maintain the client's right to confidentiality. Their responsibility for granting third party access to their clients' information; Circumstances where access to clients' information is required by law; Circumstances where access to clients' information is in compliance with reporting standards; and Potential risks when granting access to clients' information to third parties. Content The webinar will cover the following topics in detail: Client's right to confidentiality. Third parties' right to personal information. When and howto deny access. Circumstances where access should be granted to third parties: Access required in terms of: The Tax Administration Act; The Companies Act; POPI Act; Court proceedings; SAPS/ Hawks investigations; CIPC requirements; and Other authorities. Access required in compliance with: International Standards; IRBA; SAICA; SAIPA; and SAIBA. Access required by internal staff and successor practitioners. Access requested in terms of contractual agreements. Potential risks when granting access.


2 Hours | R195.00
Nestene Clausen CA(SA)

How to use an automated online lead generation funnel to get 2 new clients a month - Webinar on demand

How to use an automated online lead generation funnel to get 2 new clients a month Presenter: James Molfetas Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand how to design the perfect lead generation funnel; Understand how to use the power of automation to scale the acquisition of paying clients; Understand how to use paid advertising to get instant results; Understand how to recover the advertising expense within 30 days; and Know how to put automated follow-up systems in place to turn prospects into paying clients. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Designing the perfect lead generation funnel. Scaling your client acquisition efforts. How to eliminate hard selling. Advertising with instant results. Advertising cost recovery. Automated prospect follow-ups.


Management Accounts - Webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the concept of management accounts; Know the minimum requirements needed by directors so they can meet their fiduciary duties; Understand the importance of conveying information in an easily digestible manner; Be able to identify key elements that need to be tracked and reported on; and Know how to draft concise and useful sets of management accounts. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  Management accounting defined. Key factors to track. How to draft a concise and useful set of management accounts. Methods used to display data. Assisting clients in their decision-making process. Additional services and revenue streams for the accountant’s practice.


2 Hours | R195.00
Caryn Maitland

XBRL filing with the CIPC - Webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand what XBRL is. Understand which companies must file using XBRL. Understand how to file AFS in the XBRL format. Understand the role of a ccountants vs auditors in filing XBRL. Know the filing deadlines and penalties for non-submissions. Get answers to FAQs on XBRL. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  XBRL defined. What is the differences between: XBRL AFS; and XBRL FAS? Tagging financial statements using XBRL: At entity level. At engagement level. Tagging income and expenses prior to filing: Using available accounting software. Using MS Excel. Creating sub-classifications of assets, liabilitiesand equities: Using available accounting software. Using MS Excel. XBRL challenges vs opportunities Deadlines and penalties for incorrect or late submissions. How does auditor independence affect filing obligation? Do XBRL financial statements need to be audited? Other FAQs on XBRL.


2 Hours | R195.00
Nestene Clausen CA(SA)

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