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Latest News:

  • Aug 12, 2022

    OSCPA joins fight at Ohio Supreme Court for 2020 municipal income tax refunds

    OSCPA filed an amicus brief on Aug. 10 to support taxpayers in their efforts to obtain 2020 municipal income tax refunds based on the Society's position that taxing persons who neither work nor live in a jurisdiction is unconstitutional.
  • Aug 12, 2022

    Michigan and Pennsylvania make tax reform changes

    Ohio’s neighboring states Michigan and Pennsylvania have recently enacted noteworthy tax legislation.
  • Aug 12, 2022

    Ohio co-leads call on FTC to implement stronger protections against phone scams

    Ohio, Pennsylvania and North Carolina are leading the charge with the Federal Trade Commission to implement stronger safeguards against "negative option" opt-outs, click-bait dialing, and business-to business exemptions in a time of common-use phones for work and pleasure.
  • Aug 11, 2022

    Ignoring cybersecurity threats can prove disastrous

    Cybersecurity is essential for everyone, but it’s also unique to the individual, said one security expert. “One of the areas of confusion for cybersecurity is that it’s one size fits all,” said Jake Nix, founder & CEO of RISCPoint at the Aug. 4 OSCPA Town Hall. “And realistically, cybersecurity means different things to different organizations.”
  • Aug 11, 2022

    PODCAST: Why CPAs need to strengthen their public speaking skills

    While public speaking can send chills down any professional’s spine, one expert says it’s a skill that shouldn’t be overlooked. “CPAs find themselves in public speaking situations all the time,” said Eileen Smith, founder of SpokeSmith. “Every time you speak up in a meeting, meet with a client, or make a presentation to the big boss, CPAs are putting their public speaking skills to work.”