Category Archives: TSCPA

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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Networking as a Student

Start small—introduce yourself to your classmates You will continue to meet people for the rest of your life. Just like learning, relationship-building is an ongoing process. So, making sure you connect with classmates early on in the semester will make … Continue reading

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How to get that much needed first experience….volunteer for VITA

VITA is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program coordinated by the IRS and then implemented by partners in the community to provide free income tax return preparation for low income families.  Tax returns are prepared by certified volunteers.  The VITA … Continue reading

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Why Choose Accounting?

As a college freshman, declaring a major was a source of stress and preoccupation for me.  I really did not know what discipline I wanted to concentrate on because I liked so many different things.  My college advisor suggested that … Continue reading

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What Large Firms Expect From New Accounting Grads

Securing a job post-graduation won’t be an issue for most accounting students. But those looking to end up at the nation’s largest firms, where fast-paced environments can lead to lucrative career paths, will need more than good grades to get hired. … Continue reading

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10-Key vs. a Normal Calculator

A calculator is one of an accountant’s most useless or valuable tools. I say useless because Microsoft Excel can do all of the functions that the most high-tech calculators can do. However, we rarely take out our laptops and open … Continue reading

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Starting College Off Right

The shift from high school to college can be a terrifying experience. You are granted with more independence than you can handle and have no idea what you’re doing. What should you do? The best advice I have for freshmen … Continue reading

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