About the Ohio Business Poll
OSCPA conducts the Ohio Business Poll annually to gauge CPAs’ opinions about topics ranging from the national and state economy to business climate, state policies, tax structure and employee benefits. Respondents include partners and owners in public accounting firms, top corporate financial executives and others advising Ohio’s top business leaders.
More than 500 OSCPA members responded to the November survey; 71% work in public accounting, 24% are employed in the corporate sector and the rest are educators or government employees.
The Ohio Society of CPAs, established in 1908, represents more than 22,000 CPAs in business, education, government and public accounting. OSCPA members not only meet statutory and regulatory requirements as CPAs, but also embrace the highest standards of professional and ethical performance. This is achieved through ongoing professional education, comprehensive quality review and compliance with a strict Code of Professional Conduct.