To maintain an active CPA license in Ohio, certified public accountants have to fulfill the CPE requirement on a triennial basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
All continuing education reporting periods begin on January 1 and end on December 31. For new CPAs are required to take 40 CPE hours in the first two years instead of the normal 120 hours in the 3-year period.
The following additional requirements may be required depending on job nature:
All licensees are required to take at least 3 hours of professional ethics.
You can also contact Accountancy Board of Ohio for general licensing and CPE information:
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