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GAAP Legislation Proceeding – HB 1930 and SB 753: We now have legislation in the House and Senate to eliminate the “opt out” to GAAP for state and local governments. Rep. John Frullo, CPA, (R-Lubbock) introduced the legislation in the … Continue reading
The biggest event in Austin last week for TSCPA was our Advocacy Day and Midyear Board of Directors Meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday. A couple hundred TSCPA members came to town to help us carry our message to Texas legislators. And … Continue reading
Well, the votes are in and the outcome for Texas legislative races is not nearly as exciting as the results are at the national level. All incumbents won their seat except Rep. Kenneth Sheets, HD107 (Dallas), one of the four … Continue reading
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Rance Sweeten, known to most TSCPA members as Randy Sweeten, has filed to run as a Democrat in Congressional District 15. Sweeten is from McAllen and acknowledged that many Democrats might not know him well, but many TSCPA members know … Continue reading
In announcing his withdrawal from the RRC race current RRC Chairman Porter said, “This decision was not an easy one, but I feel that all the goals I set out to achieve were accomplished during my tenure. Now is a … Continue reading
Governor Abbott has named a new Chair for the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy, as well as appointed five new members. Read about the appointments here.