An ethics lecture for accountants will be presented prior to the Thursday night plenary session at Agudath Israel of America’s upcoming 87th national convention, taking place this weekend at the Hilton in East Brunswick, New Jersey.
The lecture, entitled “Current Ethics Issues for New York CPAs,” will be delivered by Moshe S. Levitin, CPA, Partner, ParenteBeard LLC, and will take place from 7:00 to 7:30 P.M. Topics that will be covered include: the impact of the new accountancy reform law and conflicts of issues among others.
Two ethics CPE credits will be available for New York CPAs who attend the lecture and the first plenary session that will follow at 8:00 P.M., whose theme will be: “Yisroel Asher Becho Espo’or: Promoting K’vod Shomayim in Our Business and Interpersonal Dealings.”
Rabbi Yaakov Perlow, the Novominsker Rebbe and Rosh Agudas Yisroel; and Rabbi Matisyahu Salomon, Mashgiach, Bais Medrash Govoha, will be the featured speakers at the Thursday night plenary session. The program will also feature video excerpts from classic drashos of Rav Shimon Schwab and Rav Avrohom Pam zecher tzadikim l’vrocha, whose lives epitomized the ideal of ribuy k’vod Shomayim.
“This promises to be a very important evening,” says Rabbi Zwiebel. “And a session that no one can afford to miss.” These sessions, as all convention sessions, are free of charge.