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RAD PBRA Training

March 5-6

8:30 am - 4:30 pm each day

 AMA Atlanta Executive Conference Center
1170 Peachtree Street, NE | 3rd Floor
Atlanta, GA 30309

The training is not being held at a hotel, so there is not a room block.
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This course qualifies for 16 CPE credit hours.  Continental Breakfast, Lunch, & beverage breaks are included.

Course Fees

 Course  Course Fee   Member Rate
 Two-Day Course  $600   $550

Speakers

Topics

Contents and Requirements of RAD PBRA Contract
  • Review of the PBRA contract and the most important provisions compared to Public Housing
  • Reserve for replacement rules and regulations
  • Calculation and usages of surplus cash/distributions
Management Agent and Management Agreements
  • Completion of Forms 9839 and 9832 and what they mean
  • Various types of management fees allowed
  • Paying for centrally-provided frontline services
  • General compliance with the Management Agent Handbook (4381.5)
Compliance with Financial Statement Reporting Requirements of the REAC FASSUB Multifamily System
  • Differences between Multifamily and PHA systems
  • Content of REAC-required FASB-based financial statements and differences between the PHA GASB-GAAP financial statements
  • REAC administration and submission process
  • REAC multifamily reviews compared to PHA reviews
  • Scoring methodologies for multifamily programs
HUD Oversight of the Administration of PBRA Program Through Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs)
Dealing with Annual Audit Requirements and the HUD Audit Guide
General Overview of the Occupancy Guide (Handbook 4350.3) – Requirements for Administering the Subsidy Program

CPE Details

Who Should Attend: Auditors, owners & managers of HUD-subsidized multifamily properties.
Learning Objective: To learn HUD accounting, audit, and electronic submission requirements and how to efficiently implement those requirements.
Program Knowledge Level: AHACPA offers update-level courses. You should have a basic working knowledge of General HUD accounting or audit experience.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: You do not need to print any course materials prior to your arrival. Attendees will be provided a printed manual upon check-in at the course. They will also be given the opportunity to download digital materials.
Instructional Method: Group-Live with interactive discussion, guides and practice aids, case studies.
Length/CPE Credits/Field of Study: One-day Update Courses provide up to 8 hours CPE credit (4 hours governmental accounting and 4 hours governmental auditing). Two-day Conferences provide up to 16 hours CPE credit (8 hours governmental accounting and 8 hours governmental auditing).
Refunds and Cancellations: All cancellation requests must be received in writing (email or fax is fine). Registration fees are fully refundable provided the request is received at least three weeks prior to the course. Requests received after this date, but one week before the course will receive a refund less an administration fee of $50 for Update Courses and $75 for Conferences. Due to financial obligations incurred by AHACPA, no refunds will be issued for cancellation requests received less than a week before the course. In the unlikely event that AHACPA must cancel a course, all registrations fees paid to AHACPA by attendees will be refunded in full.
Substitutions: If you are unable to attend a course you may substitute another individual or change locations without penalty. The location change must be within the same calendar year. For proper CPE credit and record keeping, you must notify us in advance of any substitution or change in location.
Contact Information: For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please contact our office at 801-547-0809.

AHACPA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education onthe National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.

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