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State CPA Societies in Action: Ohio Society of CPAs

CPA Practice

With more than 100 years of experience, The Ohio Society of CPAs represents 85,000 CPAs and accounting professionals who are the strategic financial advisors to Ohio’s leading businesses. However, there has been a slight pickup of pre-CPAs, which has been encouraging. What are the top three objectives for the upcoming year?

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Ohio floats plan to recruit more CPAs

Accounting Today

The Ohio Society of CPAs is working on an action plan to attract more young people to the accounting profession.

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Bipartisan Bill in Ohio Would Legalize Recreational Marijuana

CPA Practice

A bipartisan pair of Northeast Ohio lawmakers is sponsoring a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana, including allowing up to six cannabis plants to be grown per household. House Bill 168 , called the Adult Use Act, is awaiting its first committee hearing in the Ohio House Finance Committee. The bill – sponsored by Reps.

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Ohio Society of CPAs Develops Action Plan Aimed at Talent Shortage

CPA Practice

The accounting talent shortage in Ohio is at a critical point and, requires a bold, all-hands-on-deck approach to resolve, according to The Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA). We are positioning accountants and CPAs as Ohio’s most trusted business advisers.

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Ohio Requires Additional School District Reporting on Form W-2

Patriot Software

If you have an employee in Ohio, you need to include the Ohio school district number on Form W-2. The Ohio Department of Taxation is requiring this change to help reduce the number of reporting errors on individual income tax returns. Form W-2 reporting requirement in Ohio […] READ MORE.

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Ohio Accounting Firm’s Somber Tribute to Partner Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide: ‘Her Contributions Have Been Immeasurable’

Going Concern

On Thursday, August 24, 42-year-old Melissa Dunham was found dead in her Stark County, Ohio home along with her husband Jason, 46, and their three children Renee Dunham, 15, Amber Dunham, 12, and Evan Dunham, 9. Uniontown police called it a “domestic dispute that turned deadly” and are investigating the deaths as a murder-suicide.

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Coronavirus Refunds: Ohio State Buckeyes To Refund Ticket Holders


The Ohio State University Department of Athletics is allowing football season ticket holders to receive a reimbursement for impacted game tickets or get a credit to use for a ticket purchase going forward through an “opt-out” option, according to a statement.

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