OSCPA

AcronymDefinition
OSCPAOklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants
OSCPAOhio Society of Certified Public Accountants
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Other forms of crisis management kicked in almost immediately, according to Price and OSCPA's board chair, Sandra K.
"Up until two years ago," he explains, "membership was not a high priority for us; it was a given that people passed the [CPA] exam and joined OSCPA. But about five years ago we began to see a decrease in this pattern.
"We know our members care deeply for Oklahoma and for the communities in which they live and work," said OSCPA President and CEO Blaine Peterson.
74 - Limited Liability Companies: An Appealing New Form of Organization for Ohio Businesses (Dublin, Ohio: OSCPA Governmental Affairs, 1994).
A member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA), he is chairman of the OSCPA computers and technology committee and a member of its litigation services committee.
Because all 12 of Dublin, Ohio-based OSCPA's chapter offered free tax preparation to active military personnel, they and their families were able to receive assistance from local CPAs.
The meetings are recommended for up to two hours of continuing education and will feature OSCPA President and CEO Blaine Peterson.
Several of Ohio's top college accounting majors spent a day interviewing with OSCPA judges during The Ohio CPA Foundation's 2009 Scholarship Day, which awards a scholarship to an accounting student who demonstrates exceptional knowledge of issues facing the profession.
Pearson, CPA, professor of accounting at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, and a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA) professional ethics committee, describes the procedures his committee follows when it becomes aware of a possible unethical act.
The OSCPA One-Day Federal Tax Update is recommended for up to eight hours of continuing education credits, offering information on the intricacies of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and other administrative and legislative changes that affect individuals, estates, businesses, partnerships and corporations.