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Articles from Catalyst (Dublin, Ohio) (July 1, 2009)

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Accountancy Board of Ohio disciplinary actions. 128
An inside look at the AICPA/FASB private company financial reporting committee. Johnson, Amy Interview 1834
Are future CPAs prepared? The status of ethics education: in the court of public opinion, ethical behavior is a key determinant of value and trust. Unfortunately, a few bad actors can taint perceptions of the performance of an entire cast. Madison, Roland L.; Schmidt, Jacqueline J. 1848
Cash flow: managing capital in a turbulent market: with today's volatile economy, maintaining effective cash flow and managing working capital have taken on greater importance in businesses of all sizes. Add in restricted liquidity and tightened credit markets, and a once rainy day has become the perfect storm. Clients and customers look to CPAs to help them weather this storm. Is your umbrella big enough? Finan, Kelley Cover story 1779
Centered on you: 2008-2009 annual report. 4191
Coming soon! OSCPA launches CPA Voice, discontinues Catalyst: did you see the latest news? It comes streaming from the Internet in split seconds, crowding Inboxes and workdays. Anyone can publish anything at the press of a button, leaving recipients on their own to filter the noise. Spieker, Sandy 880
Commitment to excellence and involvement earn Gerald R Weinstein, CPA, Ph.D. Outstanding Ohio Accounting Educator Award. 531
Congressional delegation meets with OSCPA members during Society Fly-in: thirteen OSCPA members and keypersons addressed important accounting and business issues with members of Ohio's congressional delegation at the 6th annual Congressional Fly-in, held April 27-28 in Washington. McLaughlin, Tom 914
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 150
CPAs and Cessnas: Roy Mitchell, CPA discusses his professional and personal passions: Roy has spent more than 30 years as a tax professional. He takes great pride in his OSCPA membership as well as his profession. Roy shares what is important to him about his experiences with the Society, accounting awareness among college students, and Ohio's tax code. Bartelheim, Megan Interview 883
Customizable breadth of topics drives CPAs to Ohio Accounting Shows. 322
Don't miss the Financial Institutions Conference Aug. 18 in Columbus: the current environment is by far the most challenging financial institutions have faced in 70 years--their customers, shareholders, regulators, legislators and taxpayers all have unique issues and needs. Conference news 217
Excel: the Conditional Sum Wizard and the SUMIFS function. Wood, Chris Reprint 668
Experience everything OSCPA has to offer. Yuskewich, J. Matthew 752
Hazelbaker awarded OSCPA's highest honor: 2009 Gold Medal for Meritorious Service to the Accounting Profession. 637
J. Matthew Yuskewich, CPA, PFS installed as 2009-2010 chair of OSCPA Executive Board: J. Matthew Yuskewich, CPA, PFS, was installed as the 100th presiding officer of the Executive Board of The Ohio Society of CPAs before 600 members during the Members Summit & Annual Meeting, June 30, in Columbus. 726
More than 1.5 million reasons to salute the 2009 Outstanding Member Volunteer: Jerry L. Esselstein, CPA: Jerry L. Esselstein, CPA, owner of Jerry Esselstein Company, LLC, is at his best when he's serving others. 603
Move over TwitPic--there's a new kid in town. 101
Ohio CPA/PAC Silent Auction raises money and builds excitement. 101
Operation CPA hits close to home for volunteers: as any tax preparer will tell you, every minute between mid-January and April 15 is precious. However, for the fifth year, CPAs across Ohio volunteered their time during tax season to help Ohio's military families through Operation CPA. 406
OSCPA defends the interests of Ohio CPAs: Governmental Affairs. Advocacy. Lobbying. No matter what you call it, from a membership association perspective, members rank it among the most important services OSCPA provides. It's also often among the most intangible at times, and the most misunderstood. Benton, Barbara 669
Passion and community involvement drive OSCPA 2009 Public Service Award winner: David A. Brockman, CPA: for Dave Brockman, CPA giving back to his community comes naturally and from the heart. 594
Ready, set, codification: effective July 1, 2009, the FASB Accounting Standards Codification[TM] became the single source of authoritative nongovernmental U.S. GAAP. 867
Scholarship Day showcases students' knowledge of accounting issues. 658
Self-assessment exam. 1235
Society's CPE season keeps ahead of turbulent times. 1451
State budget deliberations a struggle; first interim budget in 18 years signed. 273
Surviving today's economy main topic of 2009 Members Summit. 552
The Ohio society of CPAs: 2009-2010 conference calendar. Calendar 181
Where are the Baby Boomers going? Scher, Kimberly 1336

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