Ethics for Ohio CPAs Self-Study Webinar (3 Hours)


Satisfy your Ethics requirement and benefit from a comprehensive review of Ohio accountancy statutes and regulations, along with a review of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. This program provides insight into the rationale and philosophy behind the rules. You’ll learn about:

  • Independence, integrity and objectivity
  • Frivolous complaints and discreditable acts
  • Professional standards
  • Ways to protect yourself
  • Confidential client information

To satisfy the Ethics requirement for Ohio CPAs and emphasize the need for prudent ethical judgment when interpreting the rules and determining the public interest. You’ll use case studies and discussion questions to understand how to apply the rules to real ethical dilemmas.

  • Ethics background
  • Ohio Revised Code—Accountancy Board Law and Rules
  • Accounting and ethics standards
  • Professional responsibility: issues for accountants
  • Rules enforcement
  • General and accounting standards
  • AICPA Code of Professional Conduct
  • Members in business and public practices
  • Advertising
  • Independence, conflicts of interest and objectivity
  • Record retention and ownership of information
  • Reciprocity and portability
  • Contingent fees, commissions and referral fees
  • Forms of organization
  • Tax transparency
  • Rules governing unprofessional conduct

• Identify the accounting issues leading to the potential for unethical behavior

• Identify the licensing board’s primary consideration when disciplining a licensee

• Determine the perspective from which accountancy boards view the AICPA Code of Conduct

• Determine the single most important consideration when determining the most ethical choice of action(s)

• Recognize the primary concern with the performance of attest services for non-attest clients

• Identify threats to the practitioner’s integrity and objectivity

• Identify the work paper retention requirements of the Code of Conduct

• Recognize the primary concerns with contingent fees within the profession

• Recognize confidentiality restrictions in the accounting profession




No advance preparation required.

Level of Knowledge: 


CPE Credit: 
NASBA Field of Study: 
Regulatory Ethics