TXCPA Dallas

January 2021 Newsletter

 

In This Issue…

  • Chairman's Message
  • CPE
  • Convergence 2021
  • Events
  • Announcements
  • Membership
  • Classifieds
  • TXCPA

Chairman’s Message

By Jason Freeman, CPA

A very Happy New Year to you and yours! If you’re like me, opening the 2021 calendar could not have come soon enough. I hope your year is off to a great start and that the next 12 months will be healthy, prosperous and productive for all of us. At TXCPA Dallas Chapter, we are looking forward to our best year ever.

 

We have some great CPE opportunities in queue this month. On January 13, Professor Allison McLeod will present our monthly Ethics course. For those of you needing to fulfill your State Ethics requirement, our online course is an excellent resource. Also on the 13th, Trudy Turner of Goldman Sachs will lead a session comprising two back-to-back presentations: Financial Planning Lessons Lived During COVID-19 and Let’s Look Down Under: Wealth Management Concepts for Every CPAs. Eddie Price and Gian Pazzia of KBKG will speak on Cost Segregation Tax Reform Updates Interaction Between Cost Segregation and 1031 Exchanges on January 18, and Lacey Shrum (Velawood Law) and Michael Lewellen (Tarski Technologies) will educate us on Blockchain issues on January 26. Also, on February 11, Madhu Ahuja and Jada Yarbrough of Ahuja & Clark will discuss Business Interruption: Calculations and Principles.

 

The Young Professionals Group (YPG) holds two CPE events this month. The YPG CPE Leadership Breakfast, featuring sessions led by Adam Tarnow, founder of Tarnow & Co., and Lydia Radnik of Stagen Leadership Academy, will be held on Friday January 15. On January 21, Tania Sederdahl from Bland Garvey will give an Introduction to State and Local Taxation.

 

Registration for Convergence 2021 is open! The event will be held on Friday, May 28, at the Omni Frisco Hotel at The Star. Early Bird registration closes on March 15, so make sure you take advantage of the lower price while it’s available.

 

As with most everything else we’ve done this year, we’ll be venturing into uncharted territory with our first ever online Annual Meeting of Members. We hope you’ll join us for this event on the evening of January 13, to find out what’s going on in the Chapter, elect our incoming slate of officers, recognize the contributions of some outstanding members and hear an informative presentation by City of Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, a fellow CPA.

 

The 2020 class of TXCPA Dallas Leadership Development Academy graduates on January 19. This terrific group of up-and-coming business and Chapter leaders has completed an impressive curriculum of instruction under rather challenging circumstances this year, and we congratulate each one of them on this notable accomplishment. For a list of the graduates, see the article elsewhere in this newsletter.

 

Until next month…

 

Jason Freeman, CPA

2020-21 Chair


CPE

Online Ethics Course

A CPA’s Guidebook for Ethical Behavior:

A CPE Ethics Course for Texas CPAs

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

 

 

You are invited to join us for our monthly, State-approved, four-hour Ethics course, A CPA’s Guidebook for Ethical Behavior: A CPE Ethics Course for Texas CPAs. This course will be taught by Professor Allison McLeod.

Speaker and author, Allison M. McLeod, LL.M., CPA, will educate and inform CPAs not just on what is the right thing to do according to the Texas Rules of Professional Conduct but how to put your values into action!  As part of this course, we will also look at various schools of ethical thought and walk through real world examples of individuals and companies faced with moral dilemmas.

 

Description: A CPA is challenged in today’s work world to not only serve his/her client or employer but also to protect the public interest by ensuring that there is transparency in financial reporting or there is fair administration of the tax laws. In balancing the two interests, a CPA may find him or herself in an ethical dilemma. This course covers not only basic ethical frameworks, but also specific rules governing CPA practice and responsibilities. It concludes with a section on how a CPA can put his or her ethics into action.

 

Objective:

1.   To educate licensees in ethics of professional accounting as Texas CPAs.

1.  To convey the intent of the Texas Rules of Professional Conduct and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct in the performance of professional accounting services/work, not to adhere to the mere technical compliance of such rules.

2.  To assist the Texas CPA in applying ethical judgment in interpreting the rules and determining public interest. Public interest should be placed ahead of self-interest, even if it means a loss of job or client.

3.  To review and discuss the Texas Rules of Professional Conduct and their implications for persons in a variety of practices, including:

4.  CPAs in client practice of public accountancy who perform attest and non-attest services.

5.  CPAs employed in industry who provide internal accounting and auditing services.

·     CPAs employed in education or in government accounting or auditing.

Course #:

Date:

Time:

Level:

Prerequisites:

Format:

CPE Credit Hours:

Sponsor #:

Cost:

21600814

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Basic/Ethics

None

Webinar (Internet-based)

4

441

$120/Member; $150/Non-Member

To register for this course, please click here.
Online CPE Event:

Financial Planning Lessons Lived During COVID-19 &

Let’s Look Down Under:

Wealth Management Concepts for Every CPA

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas

invites you to an

Online CPE Event

 

Financial Planning Lessons Lived

During COVID-19

&

Let’s Look Down Under:

Wealth Management Concepts for Every CPA

 

presented by

 

Trudy Turner

Vice President, Consumer and Investment Management Division,

Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management

 

 

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

 

This is an online event.

 

Session 1: Financial Planning Lessons Lived During COVID-19

 

Course Description: While we aren’t out of the pandemic yet, we are rounding down almost 9 months of living with COVID-19. What are the key financial planning and wealth management takeaways when working with clients that have been successful for CPAs to help their clients weather this health, financial and emotional storm? While some of the lessons learned point to textbook financial philosophies, other helpful items turn to helping your clients with their emotional and behavior expectations.

 

Learning Objectives: To help your clients arise from COVID-19 (Year 2020) and future years of great change with confidence and conviction that financial planning and wealth management helps them adequately prepare and weather financial storms.

 

 

Session 2: Let’s Look Down Under: Wealth Management Concepts for Every CPA

 

Course Description: As a CPA, you are in a unique position to assist your clients with important financial planning and wealth management concepts. Practitioners who engage their clients on a tax and personal consulting basis have exposure to their clients goals, sources of wealth, sources of funds and current financial status. With this course, we will look at wealth management concepts for every CPA with an emphasis on looking down under. We will discuss about a half dozen underutilized, under-considered, under-emphasized, under-appreciated or even poorly understood financial planning and wealth management tools, recommendations or concepts to explore with your clients.

 

Learning Objectives: To gain an appreciation and knowledge of financial planning and wealth management opportunities all CPAs can know and explore with their current tax and personal consulting clients.

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Technical

None

21120819

2

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m

Live (Internet-based)

$35/Members; $135/Non-Members

To register for this event, click here.
Young Professionals Group presents

Online Leadership Breakfast

Friday, January 15, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas’

Young Professionals Group

invites you to an online

CPE Leadership Breakfast Event

 

Friday, January 15, 2021

8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

 

This is an online event.

 

 

Adam Tarnow

Founder, Tarnow & Co.

 

Presents

 

How to Show You’re “All In”

 

 

Course Description: Engaged employees get more opportunities. With a little thoughtfulness, you can make it clear to your boss and your team that you are “all in” and watch your career grow.

 

Learning Objectives:

This course will:

1.  Define what it means to be “all in”.

2.  Identify 10 simple ways to show you are “all in.”

3.  Develop a plan to begin showing more engagement.

 

________________________________________________

 

 

Lydia Radnik

Class Leader & Executive Coach, Stagen Leadership Academy

 

Presents

 

Escaping the Drama Triangle

 

Course Description: Because how you lead your own life has everything to do with how you lead in other areas, this session focuses on self-leadership. It teaches the tools for both individuals and organizations who want to create more effective communication and relationships. Learning how to transform everyday drama and opt for more growth-oriented solutions is the priceless gift of this session.

 

Learning Objectives: Self-awareness and other awareness.

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Non-Technical

None

21540822

2

Friday, January 15, 2021

8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Live (Internet-based)

$21

To register for this event, click here.
Online CPE Event:

Cost Segregation Tax Reform Updates and the

Interaction Between Cost Segregation and 1031 Exchanges

Monday, January 18, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas

invites you to an

Online CPE Event

 

Cost Segregation Tax Reform Updates and the Interaction Between Cost Segregation

and 1031 Exchanges

 

presented by

 

Eddie Price

Director – Cost Segregation Services, KBKG

 

&

 

Gian Pazzia

Principal – Cost Segregation Services, KBKG

 

 

Monday, January 18, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

 

This is an online event.

 

Course Description: A cost segregation study dissects the construction cost or purchase price of real property that would normally depreciate over a long period and reallocates costs into shorter tax lives of 5, 7 or 15 years. This course will provide background information, depreciation rules, and how a cost segregation study is performed. It will also explain how cost segregation can be beneficial in 1031 exchange transactions.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

·     Explain what cost segregation is, how taxpayers benefit from it, and how it has changed over the years

·     Identify tax issues that should be considered in conjunction with a cost segregation study

·     Recognize the potential impact of cost segregation on estate planning

·     Discuss the impact of tax reform on cost segregation

·     Discuss cost segregation opportunities related to the tangible property regulations and disposition regulation

·     Identify opportunities to immediately deduct abandoned building components, avoid recapture tax, and expense demolition costs

·     Define 1245 and 1250 property in 1031 exchanges

·     Discuss 1031 basis computations

·     Recapture tax and its affects in1031 exchanges

·     Impact of proposed and final regulations on 1031 exchanges

·     Explain how to recognize when an exchange opportunity is optimal

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Technical

None

21120829

2

Monday, January 18, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Live (Internet-based)

$35/Members; $135/Non-Members

To register for this event, click here.
Young Professionals Group Presents

Online CPE Event:

Introduction to State and Local Taxation

Thursday, January 21, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas

Young Professionals Group

invites you to an

Online CPE Event

 

Introduction to State and Local Taxation

presented by

 

Tania Sederdahl

Senior Tax Associate, Bland Garvey PC

 

Thursday, January 21, 2021

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

This is an online event.

 

Course Description: When do State and Local Taxes affect your clients? What questions should you be asking? This course is a brief introduction to State and Local Taxation (SALT) with an emphasis on state income tax. It is intended to make participants aware of various SALT issues clients encounter and enable participants to better research/comprehend SALT concepts.

 

Learning Objectives: This course will:

·     Introduce various types of state taxation.

·     What is nexus?

·     Introduce factors and formulas

·     Introduce common adjustments

·     Introduce types of returns

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Technical

None

21540812

1

Thursday, January 21, 2021

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Live (Internet-based)

$0/Members; $10/Non-Members

To register for this event, click here.
Online CPE Event:

Blockchain Issues

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas

invites you to an

Online CPE Event

 

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

This is an online event.

 

 

Lacey Shrum

Founder & CEO, Smart Kx

and Attorney, Vela Wood

 

Presents

 

Blockchain: The One Ledger Solution

 

 

Course Description: In 2020, the shareholders of 3 major companies suffered collective losses of roughly $30B as funds come up “missing” and undisclosed debts are “found.” As we’ve transitioned into the online world, frauds like this seem to be the norm. However, the use of blockchain technology and its one-ledger system has changed this reality for currency in the form of bitcoin and can be applied in the same ways to traditional accounting. This presentation will give a history of blockchain, its use cases and demonstrate how this one ledger system is being applied to the accounting, auditing and regulatory professions.

 

Learning Objectives:

Participants will:

·     Understand the history of bitcoin and blockchain technology;

·     Compare the use of cryptography versus audit; and

·     See the capabilities of a “one-ledger” system.

 

________________________________________________

 

 

Michael Lewellen

CEO, Tarski Technologies

 

Presents

 

Decentralized Finance with Blockchain

 

Course Description: Learn about blockchain technology and how it is enabling decentralized systems for financial markets and products. These new systems challenge many existing norms for the financial industry and come with their own unique legal challenges for users, investors, and businesses.

 

Learning Objectives: Participants will learn how the technology for blockchain-based financial systems and products work from a high-level to better understand their legal implications for clients.

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Technical

None

21540812

2

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Live (Internet-based)

$35/Members; $135/Non-Members

To register for this event, click here.
Online CPE Event:

Business Interruption: Calculations and Principles

Thursday, February 11, 2021

 

 

TXCPA Dallas

invites you to an

Online CPE Event

 

Business Interruption:

Calculations and Principles

 

presented by

 

Madhu Ahuja

Managing Member, Ahuja & Clark PLLC

&

Jada Yarbrough

Forensic Accountant, Ahuja & Clark PLLC

 

 

Thursday, February 11, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

This is an online event.

 

Course Description: This course will cover the theory, principles, and methodologies behind understanding and calculating business interruption loss claims.

 

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will understand:

1) what constitutes a business interruption loss claim;

2) what to consider when calculating a loss;

3) what principles and methodologies should be chosen when determining a loss claim; and

4) how to calculate a business interruption loss claim.

Course Level:        

Prerequisites:       

Course #:

CPE Credit Hours:

Date: 

Time: 

Format:

Cost:  

Basic/Technical

None

21120916

2

Thursday, February 11, 2021

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Live (Internet-based)

$35/Members; $135/Non-Members

To register for this event, click here.

CONVERGENCE 2021

Register Now!

Convergence 2021

Friday, May 28, 2021

!!! REGISTER NOW !!!

TXCPA Dallas is pleased to present its

hallmark event of the year

CONVERGENCE 2021

Friday, May 28, 2021

Omni Frisco Hotel at

The Star

Register now for the premier

accounting CPE event

in North Texas!

Take advantage of special

Early Bird Pricing through March 15.

To register, click here.

Thank You to Our

Convergence 2021 Sponsors


EVENTS

TXCPA Dallas

ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS

January 13, 2021

 

Join us for

TXCPA Dallas’

Annual Meeting of Members

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

6:00 p.m.

Keynote Speaker:

Jeff Cheney

 

Mayor

City of Frisco

This is an online event.

There is no charge for this event,

but please let us know you’re planning to attend

by registering here.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

D CEO Magazine

2021 Financial Executives Award Nominees

 

Do you know an outstanding financial executive who deserves the special honor of becoming a D CEO Magazine Financial Executives Award winner? The magazine is now accepting nominations for its 2021 Financial Executives Awards. If someone you know has earned the honor of consideration for this prestigious recognition, click here to find out more about how you can nominate them.


MEMBERSHIP

TXCPA Dallas Congratulates the

Leadership Development Academy

Class of 2020

 

 

TXCPA Dallas recognizes the graduates of the 2020 Leadership Development Academy class:

 

Alyssa He, Earthbound Trading Co.

Connor Hall, Howard LLP

Marcelo Maril, BKM Sowan Horan LLP

Zachary Montgomery, Freeman Law PLLC

Keith Phillips, Huselton Morgan & Maultsby PC

Louis Wang, BKM Sowan Horan LLP

 

Congratulations, LDA Class of 2020!


TXCPA Dallas

Scholarship Winner Spotlight

 

 

Over the next few months, we will spotlight each of this year’s TXCPA Dallas Scholarship winners. Join us in getting to know University of North Texas (UNT) graduate accounting student Kara Bayless and welcoming her to TXCPA Dallas. 

 

Kara Bayless began her journey to accounting through biology. Her original goal was to get her degree in biology, but she soon found herself looking at other professions that might bring her the same feeling of fulfillment as she thought biology would through a career in the medical field. Because her parents had strong backgrounds in accounting and financial law, she began to consider a business career. As a new pre-business major, her basic accounting courses made her realize that this was the perfect fit for her. Kara writes, “I love finding solutions to complex problems and pushing myself to think outside of the box. These characteristics of accounting combined with also being able to help people made my career choice easy for me.”

 

At UNT, Kara received the RCOB Lupe Murchinson Foundation scholarship. She served as a mentor and Special Projects Director for Beta Alpha Psi. Along with her memberships in TXCPA and AICPA, Kara is currently a mentee in the Job Shadowing Program of Financial Executives International.

 

Kara interned with Whitley Penn this past summer and will join PwC as an Assurance team intern this spring. She plans to graduate with her MS in Accounting this coming December.

 

TXCPA Dallas welcomes and congratulates Kara Bayless. 


Welcome, New Members!

Richard Duran Adame, CPA

Mehwish Mansoor Ali, CPA

Trent Michael Armstrong, CPA

Andrew Barnes, CPA

David Bennett, CPA

Kristin Rae Bird, CPA

Mick Boisvert, Student

Aaron Steven Bold, CPA

Heather Lynn Bradshaw, CPA

Alexander Ryan Braz, CPA

Brittany Brooks, CPA

Meredith Nina Brown, CPA

Brandi Lynn Bryant, CPA

Kelley Kristine Burch, CPA

Kinsey Ann Cahill, CPA

Lisa Elaine Casey, CPA

Grant Christopher Cearley, CPA

Neo Junan Chen, CPA

Jennifer Lynn Chomos, CPA

Shelby Elizabeth Cielencki, CPA

William Mercer Clift, CPA

Jose Aaron De La Cruz, CPA

Brittany Barbosa, CPA

Madison Christine Deves, CPA

Paige Nicole Donaldson, CPA

Colton Lane Edmondson, CPA

Cassidy Alexis Edwards, CPA

Amer A. Eltalea, CPA

Lauren Irene Eshelman, Affiliate

Keaton Frazier, CPA

William Alistair Gardner, CPA

Clara Margaret Goetsch, CPA

Jacy Hadfield, Student

Colin Daniel Harper, CPA

Ryann Lindsey Helsen, CPA

Amanda Marie Hernandez, CPA

Hannah Jean Tucker Hess, CPA

Katherine Grace Howard, CPA

Kelley Johnson, CPA

Alexa Katherine Kenney, CPA

Kara Allison Killingsworth, CPA

Dani Kathryn Klempnauer, CPA

James Ronald Knight, CPA

Amanda Leigh Lanter, CPA

Han Ngoc Le, CPA

Kevin Le, CPA

Yue Li, CPA

Si Li, CPA

Jacie Faith Lim, CPA

Madison Marie Little, CPA

Jacob Daniel Livingston, CPA

Brett Thomas Lucy, CPA

Rachel Elane Madigan, CPA

Bailey Marie Martinez, CPA

Trevor James Mason, CPA

Arun Jacob Mathew, CPA

Maddock Edward May, CPA

Kristi R. Melot, CPA

Gordon Scott Moore, CPA

Walter Tatenda Ngondo, CPA

Anh Hong Thuy Nguyen, CPA

Gregory Buchanan Parker, CPA

Sheetal Sagar Patel, CPA

Jose Luis Perez Ortega, CPA

Anibal Perez Sanchez, CPA

Yaroslav Primachenko, CPA

Anita M. Rabadi, Student

Casie Catherine Ramsier, CPA

Luis Alfonso Reyes Ortiz, CPA

Cassondra Joy Richards, CPA

Matthew Boyd Riggs, CPA

Delena Chantell Riley, CPA

Braulio Rivera-Soto, CPA

Andrew Winfield Rodenbeck, CPA

Kylie Hannah Roeberg, CPA

Brandon Michael Roeske, CPA

John Romano, CPA

Natalie Orlene Sanchez, CPA

Lindsay Nicole Schomburg, CPA

Ananth Seetharaman, CPA

Chong Shu, CPA

Manpreet Singh, CPA

Chandler Addison Snipes, CPA

Kyle Corbet Story, CPA

Melany Chanmuny Tim, CPA

Joshua Nathanael Tyler, CPA

Oluwabusola Katheryn Tytler, CPA

Holly Nicole Vann, CPA

Collin K.C. Vu, CPA

Zhiyi Wang, CPA

Daisy Wang, CPA

Sixuan Wang, CPA

Audra White, Student

Daniel Robert Wray, CPA

Susan Elizabeth Wright, CPA

Jonathan Matthew Wright, CPA

Ying Xie, CPA

Brittany Taylor Yarberry, CPA

Yeaji Yoon, Student

Molly Kate Zinecker, CPA


CLASSIFIEDS

 

Practices For Sale
Practices For Sale in North Texas: gross revenues shown: DFW Area Audit $130K; North Richland Hills CPA $450K; Denton Co. CPA $550K; SW Arlington CPA $492K; Grandbury CPA $49K; North DFW $475K; Plano EA $170K; SE Dallas Tax & Bkkpg $40K; NW of Ft. Worth CPA $180K; SW of Ft. Worth CPA $608K; Abilene CPA $367K; Deep East Texas CPA $710; NW of Dallas CPA $705K; NE Texas CPA $209K; E/SE CPA $290K; Tyler/Longview Area CPA $780K. For additional listings/information, call us at 1-800-397-0249 or visit us online at www.APS.net and register for free email updates.

 

THINKING OF SELLING? Accounting Practice Sales is located in North Texas and is the leading marketer of accounting and tax practices here and nationwide. We have a large buyer pool as well as the experience to help you find the right fit for your firm and negotiate the best price and terms. To find out more about our risk-free and confidential services, call Ryan Pannell with The Holmes Group at 1-800-397-0249 or send an email to Ryan@APS.net.


TXCPA

TXCPA Chapter Tip Sheet
 

THE CPA ADVANTAGE

TXCPA’s campaign, The CPA Advantage, promotes the distinct and unique advantages of consulting a CPA in a variety of personal and business scenarios. Launched at the end of 2019, this campaign has garnered more than 1,000,000 ad impressions. In addition to promoting the profession to future CPAs and the public, we have an online digital toolkit designed to give you resources to help you promote your services, including new resources added just this fall. Log in at the TXCPA website and learn more about how you can share The CPA Advantage with your network.

 

 

ADVOCACY DAY; MIDYEAR BOARD AND MEMBERS MEETING

All members are invited to participate in TXCPA’s virtual Advocacy Day and Midyear Board of Directors and Members Meeting Jan. 26 and 27. During the virtual Advocacy Day on Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon, you’ll hear from engaging expert speakers on topics like the recent election, major issues facing the legislature during this session, issues affecting CPAs and the accounting profession this session and TXCPA’s legislative priorities. We’ll also help you prepare for advocating in a virtual environment. Following the morning program, members will have the opportunity to attend virtual meetings with their legislators. Virtual Legislator visits also will be scheduled for the afternoons of Jan. 27 and 28.

 

All members are also invited to attend the virtual Midyear Board of Directors and Members Meeting on Jan. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon. Members will hear updates on the new Strategic Plan and Diversity and Inclusion initiatives as well as updates on the future of the profession from a panel of industry leaders. Watch your weekly TXCPA Viewpoint for additional details about our featured speakers and how you can participate in the virtual meetings.

 

 

BE AN ADVOCATE

Grassroots political action is a vital element of TXCPA’s governmental affairs efforts and the Key Person Program is just one of the ways members can get involved. Key Person volunteers provide their assigned legislator with important information on tax and accounting related issues, act as a spokesperson for the profession and help TXCPA achieve important legislative objectives. This is especially important as we head into the 2021 legislative session. Watch these videos to hear fellow members explain how getting involved with TXCPA’s advocacy efforts can be easy, fun and rewarding!

 

ACCOUNTING EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

Thanks to the generosity of donors to the TXCPA Accounting Education Foundation dozens of accounting students at Texas universities are receiving scholarships for the current academic year. Scholarship applications are accepted in the autumn and recipients are selected in December.

 

It is the Foundation’s mission to promote and reward educational excellence. Your tax-deductible contribution supports opportunities to invest in the future of the accounting profession. You can help ensure that your business has the workforce it needs in the coming years.