CPA Voice

CPA Voice
gives OSCPA members relevant information on trends in the profession, along with content targeted to their area of work. The publication covers the latest news, best practices, trends in the profession and information on what OSCPA is doing to serve you as a member.

CPA Voice is complementary to all OSCPA members and features a self-assessment exam offering convenient CPE. CPA Voice is published six times per year, mailing the third week of January, March, May, July, September and November.

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Recent Stories:

  • Jul 30, 2015

    The politics of getting hired: Learning from the pros

    Many concepts critical in conducting a successful political campaign are equally important in a job search campaign.
  • Jun 15, 2015

    Delivering on our brand promise

    I recently hosted OSCPAs first Business Excellence Symposium. The event drew CPA leaders from across Ohio and addressed some of the most challenging issues our members are facing, including branding, driving business development and how to innovate in a challenging economy.
  • Jun 15, 2015

    Simplifying accounting standards: An update on FASB Simplification Initiative

    CPAs are excited about FASB Chair Russell Golden's priority project. It will identify opportunities to reduce complexity, while maintaining or improving decision usefulness of U.S. accounting standards.
  • Jun 15, 2015

    Five questions to ask before applying for a C-suite job

    Companies looking to hire their next CFO or CEO won't use the same process they used to hire a staff accountant; those seeking the office with a view need to tailor their search accordingly.
  • Jun 15, 2015

    Turn the device off. Reclaim your life. You can do it.

    How do you create realistic limits on devices so that you can strive for moderation?
  • Jun 15, 2015

    Surviving an IRS Reasonable Compensation Challenge

    There are two ways to survive an IRS Reasonable Compensation challenge. The first is a proactive strategy, getting all your clients' ducks in a row ahead of time so you are prepared if the Reasonable Compensation figure is challenged. The second is a desperate last-minute struggle to defend a Reasonable Compensation figure that might not have any basis in reality.
  • Jun 15, 2015

    No job offer? Sometimes it's not your fault

    If you thought you were a "sure thing" and nothing happened, here are some scenarios might explain why.
  • Jan 28, 2015

    Value is the goal of aggressive innovation

    Right now, the future for associations is changing dramatically. An accelerated business environment is opening doors for professional membership organizations to evolve in ways that mirror entrepreneurial businesses seeking to serve new markets with an expanded offering of products and services.