2005 Bankruptcy Act: Implications for Business and Financial Advisors

Author: Grant Newton, PhD., CIRA, CPA

This course trains financial advisors to analyze, apply and discuss potential impacts of provisions in the 2005 Bankruptcy Act that are most important for businesses and financial advisors.

Objectives:
For each of the major provisions of the 2005 Act covered in eight chapters:

  1. Briefly describe practice prior to the Act
  2. List and explain the provisions and their applications
  3. Discuss some of the potential impacts

The eight topics are:

  1. Claims
  2. Operating in Chapter 11        
  3. Creditors’ Committees           
  4. Means Testing                                   
  5. Consumer Bankruptcies        
  6. New Chapter 15: Ancillary & Other Cross Border Cases     
  7. Tax Determination, Discharge and Returns
  8. State and Local Taxes
Price $130
CPE Credit Recommended, 8.5 CPE Credit hour(s), field of study—Specialized Knowledge & ApplicationsRecommended, 3 CPE Credit hour(s), field of study—Tax
Knowledge level Basic: Most beneficial to CPAs and other financial advisors new to a skill or attribute, including individuals at staff or entry level in an organization as well as seasoned professionals with limited exposure to the area.
Additional Info The participant should have a general understanding of the nature and cause of business failure for this course.
Format Text
Prerequisites
Advance prep

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