Total Credits: 9 including 6 Accounting - Technical, 2 Specialized Knowledge - Technical, 1 Taxes - Technical
Letter From Julia Mercier - Conference Chair
Common Interest Realty Associations can add special challenges and complexities to a CPA’s practice. We have gathered a range of speakers to discuss the most relevant and up-to-date information available regarding these communities. Speakers include regulators, attorneys, reserve specialists and CPAs specializing in this industry to provide a variety of resources and discussions. We strive to bring you topics to help you improve and grow your practice.
This CIRA Conference is two days of topics from speakers who interact regularly with condo associations, HOAs and timeshares. On Thursday, we have general sessions that cover trends and industry changes. On Friday, we break into smaller groups and provide detailed discussions related to audit procedures and disclosures; developer turnover issues; Florida-specific legislative updates; and risks arising from storms. We also provide updates to the Auditing and Accounting Standards; peer review issues; and tax law changes.
The CIRA Committee hopes you will find this conference to be informative and interactive.
Julia Mercier, CPA, CAM
8:00-8:05 am - Opening Remarks; Julia Mercier, CPA, Conference Chair
8:05-8:55 am - SSAE 18 Attestations for CIRAs (1 AA); Cecil (Pat) Patterson Jr., CPA
8:55-9:45 am - Revenue Recognition for CIRAs (1 AA); Thomas V. Durkee, CPA and Erik A. Halluska, CPA
9:45-10:00 am - Break – 15 Minute
10:00-10:45 am - Say What? Unique Disclosures for CIRAs (1 AA); David J. Hochsprung, CPA
10:45-11:35 am - The Beginner’s Guide to CIRA Taxation (1 TB); Kevin M. Payne, CPA
11:35 am – 12:25 pm - Pooled Methods vs. Component Method (1 AA); Patricia Gordon, CPA and Keith A. Jowers II, CPA
12:25-1:25 pm - Lunch – 1 hour
1:25-3:05 pm - GAAP, GAAS, and SSARS Update (2 AA); Bruce A. Nunnally, CPA
3:05-3:20 pm - Break – 15 Minute
3:20-5:00 pm - Ask the Experts Panel (2 TB); Mark E. Brechbill, CPA; Peter Mullingarten, Esq.; and Jeffrey A. Rembaum, Esq.
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Bruce Nunnally has over 30 years of public accounting experience, including 10 years with the international public accounting firm, Ernst & Young, LLP. During his career, Bruce has served clients in a wide range of industries with varied financial reporting requirements. He has been directly responsible for directing audits serving small businesses to Fortune 200 companies.
Bruce is a national instructor of accounting and auditing issues. He has presented accounting and auditing continuing education classes for a quarter of the top 30 CPA firms in the U.S. Some of the courses he has led include: Annual Update for Accountants and Auditors, Governmental and Not-for-Profit Annual Update, Audits of 401K Plans
Fair Value Accounting and FASB Update for Industry
Additionally, he has spoken at various conferences for the Florida, Georgia and Maryland CPA State Societies.
Bruce has been a partner with CRI since its inception.
CPAs with an interest in CIRA accounting and auditing issues, including those in public practice, real estate management and accounting; professional employees in the CIRA industry; residents, officers and board members; and professionals with an interest for clients, friends or relatives who are connected with CIRAs.
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