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To maintain the CPA status, all CPA licensee in Texas have to fulfill the CPA CPE requirement on a tri-annual basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
The CPE credits have to be accumulated on the last date of your birth month, and the counting is done every 3 years (but you will need to report the progress every year).
Within these 3 years, the CPAs registered in Texas should fulfill at least 120 hours of accounting continuing education.
This annual reporting can be conveniently done online and if everything is submitted properly you can get the CPA license issued on the next business day.
Here is a video that discusses which courses are accepted, and how to ensure prompt and proper CPE reporting:
You can contact Texas State Board of Accountancy for further questions:
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