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Key 2017 Annual Statement Changes and GAAP Update

NOW OPEN TO NON-MEMBERS
(at a nominal fee)
&
FREE to All Members

December 18, 2017
2:00pm EST, TWO hour event

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TWO CPE CREDITS WILL BE OFFERED FOR THIS EVENT!
Field of Study: Accounting
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisite: None

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 will be required to participate in 50 minutes per hour of presentation 
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This two-hour webinar outlines in detail the changes you need to know for 2016 year-end annual statement and financial reporting. The session covers all 2016 Annual Statement and Instruction changes adopted by the NAIC. Other items to be discussed include key modifications to SSAPs, new SSAPs effective for 2017 and an update for GAAP reporting.  Changes for all types of Annual Statements will be covered: Property and Casualty, Life, Accident and Health, Title, Fraternal, Health and Separate Accounts.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

 Understand the 2016 annual statement reporting changes;
- Plan for needed year-end process changes;
- Provide an understanding of GAAP standards effective during 2016 most likely to impact insurance entities; 
- Identify recently issued GAAP standards and provide guidance on how insurance entities can prepare now for these newly issued standards;

 

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