Blogger: Eric Rivetna


Hello to our loyal readers, it looks like this my last blog post. I just wanted to write a short post today about accounting and how it has brought so much to my life beyond a valuable skill that will help propel me through the workforce and lead to a successful career. Graduating from college with my master’s degree is a bittersweet occurrence. My chosen major has given me so much opportunity to make friends, build professional relationships, and learn from my professors inside and outside of the classroom, and so much more.

The stereotype that accountants have is probably furthest from the truth of any stereotype that I am aware of.  Accountants are very team-oriented, and it shows through well-developed social skills.  I am proud to be graduating with my fellow bloggers and peers from the University of Texas at Dallas. I plan to show just how grateful I am by showing how well-prepared this school makes its students for their upcoming careers and how they have helped me accomplish my goals. If you are reading this and are on the fence about becoming an accountant you should highly consider it, as I believe it is one of the best decisions I have made in my life.

Everyone enjoy their summer and keep reading this blog! A whole new set of people will be writing in the upcoming semester and they will share with you their insights on a number of topics that involve accounting. Thank you to anyone and everyone who has kept up with us this past year.

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The Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA) is a nonprofit, voluntary, professional organization representing Texas CPAs. TSCPA has 20 local chapters statewide and has 27,000 members. The Society is committed to serving the public interest with programs that advance the highest standards of ethics and practice within the CPA profession. TXCPA2B is a blog written by Texas students in pursuit of the CPA certificate. The views expressed here are those of the authors and not necessarily held by TSCPA or our members.
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