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Revisions to the Department of Education’s Composite Score and the New Required Supplemental Disclosure Webinar

April 28 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am CDT

Accounting Webinar

With all that is currently going on around us, we want to continue to stay on top of the timely issues that effect your industry. This webinar will focus on how recent accounting standards required the Department of Education to modify terminology used to calculate the Composite Score. We will also cover the new required supplemental disclosures which must support the amounts used in determining an institution’s score.

Join Sikich experts to learn the below information as it pertains to Composite Scores and New Required Supplemental Disclosure.
  • Review Formulas of the Composite Score and What Each Formula Measures
  • Learn the Revised Calculations and Their Potential Impact to Your Composite Score
  • Discover the New Supplemental Disclosures Now Required by the Department of Education

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1.0 CPE Credit offered


April 28
10:30 am - 11:30 am CDT
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