Nearly all Ohio CPAs favor spending cuts to reduce the U.S. deficit, though they split fairly evenly between those who favor target cuts in spending (48 percent) and those who want a combination of spending cuts and tax increases (47 percent), according to the Ohio Society of CPAs’ 2012 Ohio Business Poll.

Partners in public accounting firms, and c-suite officers in Ohio businesses and not-for-profit entities who are members of the society participated in the survey, which was conducted in late October and early November.

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