To maintain active CPA status, all CPA licensees in Texas have to fulfill a CPA CPE requirement on a tri-annual basis.
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In Texas, CPAs need 120 hours of continuing education every 3 years, although CPAs must report their CPE progress every year. Furthermore, CPAs must accumulate these credits by the last date of their birth month. The Texas State Board of Accountancy has an online portal that allows CPAs to conveniently report their CPE credits.
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