A busy CPA has a number of important priorities — from saving your clients money to meeting your CPE requirements, it is easy to feel stretched thin. Fortunately, your continuing professional education and your commitment to your clients do not have to be at odds with one another. Lorman Education Services is a leading provider of CPE for Ohio accountants.
Our training programs are innovative, incisive and accessible, no matter where you are in the state or in your career. We offer webinars, streaming audio, white papers and more — everything you need to keep your training current while continuing to deliver the best possible service for your clients.
Our Training Programs
Experienced accounting and legal professionals develop all Lorman Education Ohio CPE courses. Many of our instructors come to us from top 100 CPA firms, and all have been chosen for the depth and breadth of experience they bring to a given topic. While a large portion of our training programs are nationally focused, others offer specific insights for Ohio CPAs, covering topics such as:
- Ohio Sales and Use Tax Update for Manufacturers
- Complying with Ohio Wage and Hour Laws
- Rules of Ohio Trust Administration
No matter what particular subject interests you, we offer several convenient ways to learn. Our live webinars provide the exclusive opportunity to interact with instructors and others in your field, whereas our self-study programs are available to download or stream at your convenience. Choose the option that is best for you and start earning Ohio CPE credits today!
Understanding Your Professional Requirements
CPE requirements in Ohio are established and overseen by the Accountancy Board of Ohio, based on recommendations from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (nasba-group-internet-based) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). As of the latest revision to the standards, all licensed CPAs in Ohio must complete 120 hours of CPE credits every triennial reporting period. Reporting periods begin on the first of the year and end on December 31. Failure to meet Ohio CPE requirements at that time will result in a fine of $10 for every missing credit.
Each calendar year, a minimum of 20 CPE credits must be completed. In other words, it is not permissible to put off your training until the end of the reporting period. Fortunately, the board allows for CPAs to earn Ohio CPE credits online through qualifying webinars and self-study options.
For a complete list of applicable courses available from Lorman Education Services, keep browsing our online catalog or contact our customer response team directly.
Introducing the Lorman Education Services All-Access Pass
You already know the value of CPE for your career. You know the risks of noncompliance and the genuine benefits great training can have for you and your clients. Now it’s time to start learning. The best way to do so is with a Lorman Education Services All-Access Pass. Just $699/year lets you partake in unlimited live webinars and download self-study courses from our OnDemand archive. Get yours today!