Taft attorney Michael S. Williams will deliver a one-hour session concerning Federal Tax Updates to the attendees of the Ohio Society of CPAs day-long conference, the Southeast Ohio CPE Day.
The Southeast Ohio CPE Day is a comprehensive and customizable day filled with the topics that are important to CPA professionals. Topics addressed during the day are SSARS, municipal tax update, OCBOA financial statements, current issues for not-for-profits, professional ethics and more. The program offers 8 CPE hours.
Mr. Williams is an attorney in the Tax and Private Client Departments of Taft. He counsels individuals and businesses regarding all aspects of federal and state tax issues, including state and local tax, employee benefits, executive compensation and general tax.
The Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA), established in 1908, represents the diverse interests of 22,000 CPAs working in business, education, government and public accounting. OSCPA leverages strong relationships with state and federal legislators and regulators to advocate for CPAs and the public interest.
The OSCPA members meet strict statutory and regulatory requirements as CPAs and embrace the highest standards of professional and ethical performance. They achieve this through rigorous ongoing professional education, comprehensive quality review and compliance with a strict Code of Professional Conduct.