ATS Speaker Announcement

By NCCPAP Staff posted 10-19-2020 01:56 PM

  

Frank A. Gallo to Speak at NCCPAP’s 18th Annual Accounting and Tax Symposium

g86gKR6WTiWZ0oZEc9Cf_temp.jpgFrank A. Gallo, CPA and Managing Partner of Gallo & Company CPA's LLP of Jericho, NY is a long-standing member of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP), a member of the Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAP, Board Member of the Educational Foundation of the Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAP, and Vice President of NCCPAP at the national level. This is his sixth year as a Symposium presenter. He will be leading four sessions at this year’s Annual NCCPAP Accounting & Tax Symposium (ATS 2020) taking place on November 10, 13, 18, and 19. Mr. Gallo will be focusing on a number of timely updates, including: Statement on Standards for Account and Review Services (SSARS), Compilation and Preparation Services, Auditing Update, and PPP and Its Effect on Your Financial Statements

 

About His Topics

Statement on Standards for Account and Review Services (SSARS), in conjunction with fellow NCCPAP member, Edward P. Caine, MBA, CPA, CFF, CITP, CGMA
Mr. Gallo and Mr. Caine will be covering the latest updates on compilation and reviews, any new standards, and what accountancy to look for on work papers and financial statements. This session is appropriate for those tax professionals who are preparing financial statements for compilations or reviews for their clients.

 

Compilation and Preparation Services, also with fellow NCCPAP member, Edward P. Caine
Those attending this session will get a feel for what accountants are doing with compilation and preparations services; how they are offering them to their clients; and how they are maintaining their documentation for their clients. This session is for those tax professionals who are offering preparation services in their practice to their small business clients.

 

Auditing Update, in conjunction with fellow NCCPAP member, Steven Franciosa, CPA
Mr. Gallo and Mr. Franciosa will cover the new standards from the American Institute of CPAs soon to take effect, as well as others that were postponed. This session is designed for tax professionals who are preparing financial statements for their clients.

 

PPP and Its Effect on Your Financial Statements, also with fellow NCCPAP member, Steven Franciosa
During this session, they will cover the latest updates regarding Going Concern issues, the PPP loans and forgiveness documentation, how it will be handled tax-wise, and if smaller loans will turn into grants. Those whose practices have taken PPP loans or who have clients with PPP loans should attend this important update.

 

About ATS 2020
The Educational Foundation of the Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAP and the Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAP present this year’s 18th annual NCCPAP Accounting and Tax Symposium (ATS 2020). Formerly known as the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium or LITPS, this year’s conference will be virtual and national. Based on years of success and to accommodate work at home mandates, the organizations are expanding their reach and offering the same high value experience with speakers, exhibitors, and attendees in a virtual conference format. Attendees can earn up to 36 CPEs over the four-day conference. Early Bird discounted pricing is available through October 23, 2020. Learn more at nationalats.org.

 

About NCCPAP

The National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP) is a professional organization comprised of Certified Public Accountants practicing in the United States. In addition to serving as a forum for education, networking, and community impact, NCCPAP also advocates for its clients. NCCPAP influences tax administration and tax policy by regularly meeting with Internal Revenue Service representatives, state taxing authorities, and elected officials. NCCPAP members represent over one million businesses and individual clients. The organization is headquartered in Woodbury, NY. For more information visit, www.NCCPAP.org.

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