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Austin CPA Chapter/TSCPA 75th Anniversary Celebration

Thursday, January 16, 2014
5:00 to 7:00 pm

Headliners Club
221 West Sixth Street
Austin, Texas 78701


Tickets are no longer available.

Secure your space at this exclusive event celebrating the Austin CPA Chapter's 75th Anniversary! Admission includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, two drink tickets and free parking.

The proceeds from this event benefit the Austin CPA Chapter Scholarship Fund and the Accountants Confidential Assistance Network (ACAN).

Special thanks must be given to our generous sponsors. This event would not be possible without their assistance (click here for full sponsor contact information):

Past Presidents of the Austin CPA Chapter
Accountability Resources, LLC

Weaver
Atchley & Associates, LLP
Bette D. Williams, CPA, Austin Chapter President 1987-88
Maxwell, Locke & Ritter, LLP
Padgett Stratemann & Co., LLP
Robert Half  
Scalco Johnson Leahy & Dudek CPAs PLLC
CohnReznick, LLP
Dynamic Systems, Inc.
KPMG, LLP
Richard P. Slaughter Associates

Bedford Cost Segregation, LLC
Business Bank of Texas, N.A.
Faske Lay & Co., L.L.P.
Glass & Company CPAs PC
Guy Draper, CPA, New England Securities
Joyce Smith, CPA, CGMA, Austin Chapter President 1994-95
Michele M. Heyman, PLLC
Mondrik & Associates
Novogradac & Company LLP
Vaught Law Firm, PC
Wheeler Fairman & Kelley

StudentsPlease call 512.445.0044 to receive your entrance fee for $20/ticket (max two). 

About the Austin CPA Chapter
The Austin CPA Chapter of the Texas Society of CPAs was organized on January 19, 1939 as the Austin-Waco Chapter of the TSCPA. Eight members attended the first chapter meeting. On August 13, 1940, the Austin chapter separated from the joint Chapter and Howard T. Cox, CPA, became the first president of the new Austin Chapter/TSCPA.

The mission of the Austin Chapter was and continues to be to advance the standards of the profession and its members, to promote the interest of Certified Public Accountants, to cultivate cooperation and interaction among members and other organizations and to provide resources to enhance and support opportunities for members to prosper in an ever changing environment.

Today, the chapter boasts over 2,000 members from a 13 county area (Menard, Kimble, Mason, Llano, Gillespie, Blanco, Burnet, Travis, Hays, Williamson, Lee, Bastrop and Caldwell) and operates under 3 main strategic goals: (1) Increase membership and member services (2) Provide community involvement opportunities to members and promote the profession to various publics (3) Provide quality CPE/educational materials; identify and train new leaders.

 

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