Many accounting firms have notices posted in their waiting rooms that talk about a new service, such as cost segregation, being offered. Firms in Ohio are now deciding if they want to place a sign in their offices that says "No Guns Allowed."

The reason this is all coming up is because a law just went into effect that allows most Ohio residents to carry concealed weapons. Basically, a 12-hour course is taken, a license is applied for, an up to $45 fee is paid, and within 45 days approval is given. Although there are certain areas from which the weapons are automatically prohibited, such as a government building and child-care centers, there is no automatic prohibition for the premises of private employers.

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