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*Update of FASB Statements and Interpretations and review of the activities of the Private Company Council.

*Review of the latest Statements on Auditing Standards *Explanation of SSAE 18; Attestation Standards -- Clarification and Recodification.

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management *Business and strategic planning processes *Corporate culture *Lean management techniques and processes for improved efficiencies *Promoting and maintaining an ethical culture *Recruiting, retaining and developing employees *Project and change management *Communications, listening and presentation skills *"Managing up" and how to master it *Business strategy and the controller *Accounting department best practices*Banking trends for Minnesota and the region *Current M&A activity and pricing trends -- public and private *Recent economic trends and their impact on community bank performance *Examination and regulatory hot buttons *Key management issues for 2018 *Asset-liability issues *Funding and capital planning *Current accounting hot topics *CECL update*Why cost accounting is a bad practice *Cash flow and capacity modeling -- why they work better than cost accounting *The adaptive capacity model *Metrics vs.

measurements *Segall's Law -- a person with one watch knows what time it is, but a person with two watches is never quite sure *How to use price-led costing and target costing*Identity theft statistics *Types of identity theft *How thieves obtain the victim's information *Tools used in identity theft investigations *Finding identifying information on the internet *Steps involved with an identity theft investigation *Detecting and preventing identity theft *How to protect your personal and professional identity information *How you can help others (co-workers, clients, etc.) protect their identities*This program identifies strategic implementations regarding the relationship between intention, purpose and closure to the workday and their effect on transforming a workplace environment *Positive continuous improvement is increased when implementation of employee engagement techniques are in direct alignment with the organizations core values, mission and/or vision statement *This session is content rich, interactive and fun *Attendees will learn the strategies to assist them in creating an organization people want to work at and customers want to do business with*Changes to the individual statements such as the Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Activities, Statement of Cash flows *Changes to financial statement disclosures *Incorporating other recently issued changes to U. generally accepted accounting principles*Tax planning considerations resulting from recent legislation and coming developments *Recent tax changes related to the Affordable Care Act, the employer mandate, penalties and more *Medicare tax on high-income wages and self-employment income *3.8 percent net investment income tax *Tax provisions and 2016 extensions *Timing income and deductions *Alternative minimum tax issues *Sec.

2014-09 -- Revenue from Contracts with Customers *The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) new five-step revenue recognition model *Presentation and disclosure requirements *Recent ASUs that provide implementation guidance *Industry-specific implementation issues and guidance *Identifying performance obligations *Accounting for licenses *Customer loyalty programs *Identifying a "material right" in an option *Impact on income taxes and financial systems *Other operational issues* Performing single audits under the OMB's new Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards * Developing issues and challenges involving the Yellow Book * Key AICPA developments affecting audits of governments and nonprofits * Recent GASB activities directed towards state and local governments with an emphasis on the new OPEB standards (i.e., GASB Nos.

74 and 75) and continuing issues related to the pension standards (i.e., GASB Nos.

*Review of pertinent cases and rulings regarding exclusions, character issues, retirement plans, travel and other items affecting your individual taxpayers *Practice aids, including all the numbers applicable for the current year -- inflation-adjusted amounts, mileage rates, retirement contributions, and more *Recent developments with business entities, including C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies; proposed changes to family limited partnership valuations *The latest on depreciation and safe harbor expensing options, including the $2,500 de minimis expense item *The latest issues related to passive activities, substantiation and any other late-breaking tax law changes*Update on proposed and potential tax law changes from the new presidential administration and Congress *Update on major enacted tax law changes, including the status of DOL overtime rule changes, the new partnership audit rules, the PATH Act, Social Security and more *Advanced practitioner issues *Health care reform: where are we and where may we be going?

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