Available until March 1, 2019
Speaker: Brian Furgala, Esq., CPC, QPA, GrayRobinson, P.A.
Experience Level for Attendees: Intermediate
IRS Program Number: CZTXU-E-00850-18-O
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What’s worse – being in testing season or listening to an ethics webcast? That’s what you’re thinking because ethics, in principal, is pretty dull. But how about when you apply those ethical standards to real-life situations? How would you respond? How would the person next to you respond? Join us for a refreshing look at ethics and how they pop up in all types of situations. For music fans, there will also be a test in matching artists to songs. Can you guess the first one (see title)?
1. Review pertinent sections of ASPPA’s Code of Professional Conduct
2. Apply ASPPA’s Code to multiple case studies
3. Reflect on how you would handle ethical situations
CE Credit: 2 ARA Ethics, 2 ERPA Ethics, 2 JBEA Ethics, 2 JBEA Core
About the Speaker:
Brian Furgala, Esq., CPC, QPA is an employee benefits attorney with GrayRobinson, P.A. in Orlando, Florida. Leveraging his pre-law career in retirement plan administration, he uses a practical and efficient approach to help entities in the design, installation, and operation of qualified and non-qualified retirement and welfare plans. He works with clients in complying with their plan-related fiduciary duties, consulting with employers and fiduciaries on problem solving in relation to the management and operation of the plans, representing clients involved in Internal Revenue Service audits, Department of Labor investigations and ERISA litigation, drafting plan documents, and providing technical advice and consulting to service providers, accountants and actuaries.
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