Target profit analysis; Break-even analysis; Relevant costs and decision-making; Standard costs and variances; Activity-based costing; Segment reporting and analysis


Revisit fundamental managerial accounting concepts that may not be part of your daily routine; Understand how to apply managerial accounting techniques to actual business circumstances.


This session revisits managerial accounting techniques that you may not have considered for many years even though they could be invaluable for CPAs in both business and public accounting. You will appreciate a fresh perspective of concepts you may not have considered since your college days. We will illustrate concepts with practical examples that you can immediately bring back to the office!

Who Will Benefit

Accountants who have not recently considered managerial accounting techniques and proficient managerial accountants who desire fresh, practical illustrations of managerial accounting analysis and related decisions.


Category Amount
Accounting 2.00


  • Chris Harper

    Chris is the Director of Education in addition to providing accounting and advisory services to a wide variety of clients for the Grand Rapids firm of Hungerford Nichols. He has been serving tax and accounting needs of closely held business and individuals since 1998. In addition to his responsibilities at the firm, Chris serves as an affiliate instructor of accounting for Grand Valley State University's Seidman Colelge of Business. Chris has taught a variety of continuing education courses for several state CPA societies. He is frequently intereviewed by media outlets on a variety of financial, tax and accounting topics.

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