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  • Sep 24, 2020

    PODCAST: The State of Business celebrates 100 episodes

    The OSCPA podcast “The State of Business” is celebrating its 100th episode by recapping some of the most downloaded episodes, covering everything from a CPA sent to federal prison to how your business can implement blockchain.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    Governor signs critical business COVID lawsuit immunity into law

    Gov. Mike DeWine on Sept. 14 signed House Bill 606 into law during a virtual event. The legislation grants qualified civil immunity to individuals, schools, health care providers, businesses, and other entities from lawsuits arising from exposure, transmission, or contraction of COVID-19 as long as they were not showing reckless, intentional or willful misconduct.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    “LAUNCH” into recruiting students with OSCPA’s new employment guide

    College accounting and business majors asked OSCPA how they could compare their potential career options. So we created LAUNCH – an accounting student's convenient guide to future employment.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    Crossing Bridges: Identifying your ordinary privilege

    As humans, we all have a level of bias, and the first step to overcoming this bias is recognizing it, said Qiana Williams, vice president of culture, engagement and inclusion and chief diversity and inclusion officer at OhioHealth.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    OSCPA member recognized by Jewish Federation of Cleveland

    Young accountants are often encouraged to get involved in their communities to develop business contacts. But Keith Libman, CPA, recommends young CPAs choose an organization significant for them.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    The pipeline to the profession starts with students

    Now more than ever, it’s essential to introduce students to the accounting profession early on; The Ohio CPA Foundation is committed to doing just that.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    PODCAST: Get to the next level in your career

    There are a couple of questions go-getters should ask themselves when planning to make it to their next career milestone, said business consultant Aimee Sanchez.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    A look inside the restaurant industry during the pandemic: Part 2

    Although businesses have cautiously adjusted to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the memories of spring and businesses temporarily closing are still fresh.
  • Sep 17, 2020

    5 CAS Practice Growth Killers… And How to Overcome Them [On-Demand Webinar]

    Do you want to grow your firm’s Client Accounting Services (CAS) practice and make it really successful? If yes, you don’t want to fall in the same traps that made several firms struggle.
  • Sep 10, 2020

    Reimagine your backyard with Hydda Living

    When the world shifted from the office to remote life, it quickly became clear that some found it difficult to remain productive in the home environment, said Jacob Schroeder, CPA, CEO and founder of Ascend Consulting.
  • Sep 10, 2020

    PODCAST: Ohio Secretary of State on what to expect when voting this fall

    Voting in the general election this November looks and feels different than previous years because of the coronavirus pandemic. Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose said that shouldn’t deter anyone from casting their ballot.
  • Sep 10, 2020

    A look inside the restaurant industry during the pandemic: Part 1

    While no industry has gone untouched by the pandemic, restaurants are among the sectors that have been hit hardest. That so many are finding ways to stay in operation speaks to the resourcefulness and skills of the industry’s people, said Dustin Minton, CPA, director of client services at GBQ.
  • Sep 10, 2020

    How to recognize and neutralize bias

    Your own unconscious bias can be hard to spot, but one diversity, equity & inclusion expert said it’s helpful to think about whether everyone you’re around looks like you, talks like you and comes from the same background.
  • Sep 10, 2020

    Expand your client payment methods

    As a proud member benefit for 35+ state CPA societies, including The Ohio Ohio Society of CPAs of CPAs, CPACharge is committed to helping accounting firms across the country find ways to maintain stability—both in the short-term and for the long haul.
  • Sep 03, 2020

    Podcast: How to be a more inclusive leader

    Leaders need to consider inclusiveness as a key quality to develop, a diversity, equity and inclusion expert says.
  • Sep 03, 2020

    Poll respondents: Don’t cancel fall sports

    This time last year, nobody would have believed it if someone said a deadly virus was going to take over the world and disrupt our way of living. But so far 2020 has brought on the transfer to remote work, social distancing, sports cancellations and so much more as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Sep 03, 2020

    August top ten: IRS guidance leads August’s top content

    OSCPA members in August enjoyed reading about IRS guidance on PPP loans, payroll tax deferrals and balance-due notices, with these stories ranking one, two and three in our top 10 list of content for the month. In addition, readers took interest in volunteering on Election Day, our Statehouse update and, of course, pandemic-related content.
  • Sep 03, 2020

    Ohio CPA firms to provide cash flow analyses for small business recovery

    The Ohio Society of CPAs has been asked to submit a work plan and budget to the Ohio Small Business Development Centers to administer contract consultants to perform cash flow analyses and business advising to small businesses that have experienced a decrease in gross receipts, customers, closures, reduced operations, supply chain disruptions, staffing challenges and other as a result of COVID-19.
  • Sep 02, 2020

    Critical COVID lawsuit immunity for businesses passes, awaits Governor’s signature

    After months of lobbying by OSCPA and thanks to the leadership of House Speaker Bob Cupp, Senate President Larry Obhof and other key legislators, the Ohio Legislature this week passed critical legislation – House Bill 606 – that will provide civil immunity for businesses and health care entities for actions taken during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Aug 28, 2020

    AICPA offers disaster recovery resources

    Because we’re reaching peak fire and hurricane season across the country – not to mention for “2020 reasons” – here is a reminder about AICPA disaster recovery resources.

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