Ethics for Governmental CPAs in Florida

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This newly enhanced course is specifically designed for professionals working in government.  The course fulfills the biennial ethics requirement for Florida CPAs and CGFOs of the Florida Government Finance Officers Association.





*Describe how codes of conduct, professional responsibilities, and core values of the profession issued by various organizations impact the practice of accountin 

*Identify how Florida Statutes 455 and 473, and Florida Administrative Code 61H1 provide guidance for ethical practice

*Identify how Florida Statutes 112 prohibits actions or conduct  guidance for government employees

*Identify how newly revised/ proposed interpretations, rulings, and legislation affect Florida licensees

*Recognize practice and compliance issues such as independence that affect ethical conduct


*  AICPA Code of Professional Conduct 

*  Business ethics 

*  Chapters 455, 473, and 112, F.S. 

*  61H1 F.A.C. 

*  Common violations of Florida laws and rules 

*  Client record retention 

*  Competency 

*  CPE requirements 

*  Disciplinary actions 

*  Florida Commission on Ethics 

*  FGFOA Code of Ethics 

*  Financial disclosure forms 

*  Gifts 

*  Independence 

*  Integrity and objectivity 

*  Licensure requirements – individuals and firms 

*  Misuse of public position 

*  Peer Review 

*  Practice mobility 

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This course is designed meet the requirements for continuing professional education in Ethics for Florida licensees, especially those in the public sector.



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