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Larry Weeks’ primary area of expertise is auditing government agencies. Prior to joining the Firm, he was employed by the Auditor of State’s office for approximately nine years, where he was responsible for managing and performing audits on all types of local governments; including cities, counties, colleges and universities and schools.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Ohio

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants Association of Government Accountants Government Finance Officers Association Ohio Government Finance Officers Association

Community Activities

Education

BSBA, Accounting, Wright State University

Industry & Service Specialization

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State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds – Interim Final Rule

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Disbursements: Internal Controls in a Remote Environment

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Ohio governmental entities – Calendar Year 2019 Audit Update

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Are you prepared for your Calendar Year 2018 audit?

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Ohio Bill May Provide Tax Relief to Small Business Owners

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When hiring, don’t overlook older workers

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Supply chain software can help digitize the dilemma

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Oversight and controls are key to limiting fraud in nonprofits

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Standard business mileage rate will increase for the second half of 2022

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Proposed regulations for inherited IRAs bring unwelcome surprises

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