Accounting professionals' credentials and services are regulated by state and federal law and by voluntary commitments made through national associations (the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, AICPA). CPAs are educated.
Becoming a Texas CPA requires attainment of specific educational qualifications, success with a nationally-recognized, highly challenging examination, and a year's experience, with a commitment to lifelong learning. Read about the requirements for CPAs in Texas. CPAs are licensed.
A state agency, the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy, regulates the practice of accountancy in this state, under the statutory mandate of Chapter 901, Occupations Code, Texas Revised Civil Statutes. Read more about the State Board and access a comprehensive list of CPAs licensed in Texas at the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy website. CPAs are trusted.
Whether as consultants or employees, CPAs rank high as trusted advisors among business professionals, investors and individuals. Grounded on shared and enforced professional standards, CPAs enjoy a strong reputation for upholding their responsibilities to clients, to the public and to the profession. CPAs are valued in the community.
As client advisors, as providers of financial management and accounting expertise in the workplace, and in volunteer life, CPAs' contributions make the Fort Worth region a better place to work and live.