• Owners of Hartman Inventory Present Continuing Ed Course for CPAs

    October 16, 2012 No comments

    Many Certified Public Accountants scramble this time of year to complete their continuing education hour requirements. With this in mind, Nationally Certified Inventory Experts, Mike and Cindy Hartman, owners of Hartman Inventory have scheduled a course to help CPAs meet this requirement.

    “Serving Your Clients: The Value and Benefits of Business and Residential Personal Property Inventories” is being presented on December 6, 2012, beginning at 9:00am. Adhering to the requirements of the Indiana CPA Society, the course is 1) formally organized, 2) primarily instructional, and 3) contributes directly to the professional competence in the practice of public accountancy.

    Key topics include:

    • The financial impact of not being able to prove ownership after a loss
    • Understanding the insurance claim process
    • How time, stress and money are all impacted by a disaster
    • Life events that benefit from having this information available
    • A thorough inventory goes beyond a depreciation schedule
    • Save time and money on everyday operations with a business inventory

    Cindy Hartman, President of Hartman Inventory said,  “We are very pleased to have two great sponsors. When I mentioned this course, both Teresa Ray, owner of The Payroll Department, and Bob Milligan, owner of Milligan Financial Services, immediately asked to sponsor this program.”

    The course will be held at the Hendricks County Conference Center in Danville. Registration opens at 8:30am, with the course beginning promptly at 9:00. Pre-registration is $49; and $59 at the door. For more information, contact Hartman Inventory at 317-501-6818 or Cindy@HartmanInventory.com

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