with: Steve Jager, CPAWhere:
Airtel Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, 7277 Valjean, Van Nuys, CA
6:00PM Dinner: 6:30PM
CPE: 2 hours Ethics
$40 Members by 5PM Friday July, 8 $45 Non-members by 5PM Friday July, 8 $5 extra after 5PM Friday July, 8
Herb Crusted Tilapia,
Rosemary & Sage Chicken, or
Grilled Vegetable Plate
With CA Field Greens Salad & Chocolate CakeReservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
(specify meal selection)
About The Author:
Mr. Jager is the Founder and Principal of Steven L. Jager, CPA, An Accountancy Corporation. The Firm is a “boutique” accountancy Firm with a special emphasis in tax controversies and accountancy services to individuals and closely-held businesses.
Mr. Jager is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; the California Society of Certified Public Accountants; the California Society of Enrolled Agents, and an Associate Member of the American Bar Association, Taxation Section. Last but not least, Mr. Jager is also an associate member of the California State Bar, Taxation Section and is among a small handful of Non-lawyers in California to presently serve as an active member of the State Bar Committee on Tax Procedure and Litigation.
Mr. Jager holds a Masters Degree in Taxation from California State University, Northridge. He received his B.A. degree from UCLA in 1979. Subsequently he studied Accounting, Finance and Marketing at California State University, Los Angeles and obtained his California CPA Certificate in 1986. Mr. Jager has been in public accountancy practice since 1980. His former employers include a national CPA Firm and prestigious local firms. In 1988, he established his own Firm, and subsequently co-founded the Institute for Executive Research, a non-profit organization.
Since 1992, Mr. Jager has been a regular and popular instructor at the UCLA Extension Department of Business and Management. In the Spring of 2005, UCLA Extension proudly launched their newest course, “Ethics in Accountancy”, which was developed and written by Mr. Jager in response to President Bush’s request of our nation’s business schools to teach ethics courses as part of the business school curriculum. Mr. Jager has authored several articles and lectures frequently to business and professional groups.