Does your organization know what it takes to perform a HUD audit? During this course you will gain important insights into compliance pitfalls for HUD-assisted housing owners and managers. You will also assess and evaluate the latest changes in the federally-assisted housing industry and efficiently plan, perform, and report a HUD-assisted engagement.
CPA firm audit managers (and above) involved with the performance of audits of HUD-assisted projects, government auditors and HUD-assistance grantees.
- Assess issues unique to the HUD-assisted project environment
- Interpret components of due professional care to the HUD-assisted project environment
- Reconstruct the required disclosures for HUD audits
- Evaluate the HUD’s policy on submission, review, and reporting requirements
- Assess the requirements for the separate agreed-upon procedures engagement prior to submission of the financial data templates to REAC
- Contrast the compliance requirements for both Title I and Title II approved lenders
- HUD audit environment
- Audit standards for audits of HUD-assisted projects
- Fieldwork standards for audits of the HUD-assisted projects
- Audits of HUD-regulated lenders
- Reporting standards for audits of HUD-assisted projects
- Annual financial statement requirements
Experience in conducting and/or planning HUD audits.
- *AICPA members deduct an additional $30 from applicable price.
- Qualifies for Yellow Book.
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William C. Wagner, CPA
AICPA/Professional Development Institute
WILLIAM C. WAGNER, CPA
William C. Wagner is a sole practitioner in Delmont, Pennsylvania, whose practice includes small business, governments, and nonprofit clients with services ranging from tax and write-up to consulting. He serves as a consultant to other CPA firms with government and nonprofit clients that have accounting and auditing problems. He teaches extensively in the areas of accounting and auditing for small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and governmental units. He is an active member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). He has served on numerous PICPA committees in the past. He has taught courses for the AICPA and state societies since 1980 and has received numerous awards for his speaking engagements.
Wagner served several years at Main Lafrentz & Co. (pre-merger with Main Hurdman and then with KPMG Peat Marwick) as a manager and has also served as treasurer of Seton Hill College in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and as vice president of fiscal affairs at Salem College in Salem, West Virginia. He has also provided litigation support for various law firms over topics ranging from accounting, auditing, and tax issues.
Wagner graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania, in 1968 where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in accounting and mathematics.