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CPAs Making the Difference

At the Management Information & Business Show we’re bringing you sources of inspiration. Tap into what drives you as a person and in the profession, and what makes the difference at this year’s event as we examine 29 trending topics changing our profession. Start the idea-flow with these overarching themes:

Final Section 199A Deduction Regulations (Sessions FF-GG):

Dispel confusion around the new regulations, created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, have your questions answered by an expert panel, and then focus on the different considerations and planning that go into a change of entity deliberation.

Smart Contracts for Beginners (Session NN):

Explore a real-life smart contract application and ensure that you’re not missing out on this blockchain technology that can transform how you do business.

Wage & Hour Compliance (Session CC):

After Michigan’s minimum wage increased to $9.45, staging increases through 2030, grab a front row seat to updates including how to comply with the state’s Paid Medical Leave Act of 2018. 

AI’s Answer to Audits (Session A):

Enhance your team’s audit process and execute more effective engagements by receiving new and rapid insights into how financial transactions are performing across all your data vs. traditional sampling methods. 

A (High) Risk Assessment (Session I):

More than one in 10 firms are not properly assessing risk or linking assessments to audit procedures according to an AICPA Peer Review Program study. How does this affect the successful audit?
   

Michigan Specific Ethics (Session N):

Ignorance isn’t bliss. Explore case studies in Michigan’s Accountancy law and Administrative Rule; from obtaining a firm license and what qualifies as CPE to actions the Bureau of Professional Licensing takes against the non-compliant. 

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We are Here to Help:

Make sure you visit us at the MICPA Resource Center in the exhibit hall during the show - we can help with any MICPA Tracker and CPE reporting related questions you may have.  You can also visit our Tracker Help page for additional assistance. 

Event Details:

June 26 & 27, 2019
Suburban Collection Showplace
Novi, MI

Registration begins both days at 7:30 a.m.
Program Runs 8 a.m. to 5:40 p.m.

DAY ONE

DAY TWO

Recommended CPE Credit per day: 8 hours including A&A and Ethics; some sessions may qualify for CFP and EA credit (pending approval)
Fee per day: $190 for MICPA members / $340 for non-members (add $35 for printed materials/day)

Thank You to our Gold Level Sponsors:

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Thank You to our Silver Level Sponsors:

                                   CPACharge

Thank You to our Bronze Level Sponsors:

Thank You to our Exhibitor Level Sponsors:

Accounting Practice Sales Advance Capital Management Aflac. Allegra Marketing Print Email Alliance Benefit Group of Michigan
Arctic Wolf Networks ATD Solutions LLC Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bank of America Private Bank Bank of Ann Arbor
BASIC BCN Services Benepay Boomer Health Group Capital Mortgage Funding
Cloud Genius ERP Comcast Business Class Comerica Bank ConnectPay Payroll Services Couzens, Lansky, Fealk, Ellis, Roeder & Lazar, PC
CSSI DFCU Financial Drake Software Duffy + Duffy Cost Segregation Services, Inc. Emagine Entertainment
Fiduciary Firewall Fortis Payments Systems Glanz Financial GRIT Technologies Heartland Payment Systems
HighPoint Business Services, Inc. Horizon Advisers iDashboards Integrity Compliance Consulting, Inc. Interior Environments
KBKG Konica Minolta Business Solutions Lake Michigan Credit Union LARA Laurel Manor
Legacy Transition Advisors Marco Technologies Michigan Certified Development Corporation Michigan Community Insurance Agency, Inc. Michigan Department of Treasury: Department of Unclaimed Property
Michigan Department of Treasury: Office of the Taxpayer Advocate Monetek Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC New Dimensions Oak Street Funding
Paper Express Paul Goebel Group Paylocity Professional Concepts Insurance Agency Robert Half
Susan G. Komen Syscom Business Technologies Talent Investment Agency - Unemployement Insurance TaxTime USA, Inc. The W Tax Group
Trine University Velosio Vonage Voya Walsh & Company, PC
Wealth Strategies Finance Group Wolters Kluwer