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About txcpa2b

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.

What VITA Means to Me

Signing up for the VITA Program, I had the expectation that I would be assisting families prepare their tax returns. I had heard about the program from my friends and read about the requirements through a previous TXCPA2B blog posting, … Continue reading

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Network, Network, Network!

Blogger: Angie Wong Networking is key. When I started college, I convinced myself I didn’t have to make new friends or talk to anyone else because I already knew so many people here. However, my group of friends was always … Continue reading

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TXCPA2B Named One of the Top 100 CPA Blogs by Feedspot

Congratulations to TXCPA2B for being named one of the Top 100 CPA Blogs by Feedspot. A huge “thank you” to our wonderful University of Texas at Dallas student bloggers who continue to submit insightful, informative and well-written content for our blog. … Continue reading

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How to make yourself “marketable”

I have often heard that you have to be marketable when you are looking for jobs, or, in other words, sell yourself. But what exactly is making yourself marketable, especially in accounting? If you are one of those people, like … Continue reading

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Improve Your Networking

Here is the only tip you need to improve your networking (as a student): It’s not about the job, it’s not about your resume – it’s all about your relationship. We all have that stack of business cards for all … Continue reading

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5…6…7…8… How Dance Made Me a Better Accountant

When I think of my childhood, I think of the previous 10+ years of my life I spent in a dance studio. As a dancer, I was trained in competitive dance and spent 15-20 hours of my week in classes … Continue reading

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Relevant Experience for an Internal Audit Student

I’m an accounting student at The University of Texas at Dallas and a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the National Association for Black Accountants. When I graduate, I plan to work in either risk advisory with an … Continue reading

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