Do you need a accounting firms in Texas or an accountant for your family or small business? Check out CPA firms in these cities.Cities listed on the left column include Brownsville CPA firms, Dallas accounting firms, Houston accountants, accounting firms in Arlington, Accounting Firms in San Antonio, CPA firms in Austin, CPA firms in Corpus Christi and tax accountants in Wichita Falls.
Here are additional financial services, including Texas CPA and accounting firms with TX tax accountants:
|Company Name||Address||City||State||ZIP Code||Phone Number|
|Aarons, I J||3215 Steck Ave # 101||Austin||TX||78757||(512) 451-2800|
|Aaronson, Paul||14825 Saint Marys Ln # 118||Houston||TX||77079||(281) 597-1855|
|Adair, David||900 West Ave||Austin||Texas||78701||(512) 320-5499|
|Adam, Karis CPA||8350 N Central Expy # 206||Dallas||TX||75206||(214) 378-5700|
|Adami Lindsey & Co LLC||1800 Teague Dr # 306||Sherman||Texas||75090||(903) 892-2727|
|Adams, Barney G CPA||8008 Slide Rd # 7||Lubbock||TX||79424||(806) 798-2790|
|Adams, Dan CPA||5 Grogans Park Dr # 112||The Woodlands||TX||77380||(281) 367-0084|
|Adams, Emily B CPA||221 W Hickory St||Denton||TX||76201||(940) 382-4311|
|Cunningham Northington Boynton||7557 Rambler Rd # 1023||Dallas||Texas||75231||(214) 691-7700|
|David L Adams CPA PC||407 N Main St # 2||Lindale||TX||75771||(903) 882-1991|
|Fernie R Aceves & Assoc||2323 Montana Ave||El Paso||TX||79903||(915) 532-8833|
|Flusche Van Beveren & Kilgore||800 N Shoreline Blvd # 450||Corpus Christi||TX||78401||(361) 880-5600|
|G B Adams & Assoc||3131 Eastside St # 440||Houston||Texas||77098||(713) 524-9811|
|Jaynes Reitmeier Boyd||5400 Bosque Blvd # 500||Waco||TX||76710||(254) 776-4190|
|LA Hoya School||10136 N Shary Rd||Mission||Texas||78573||(956) 581-3301|
|Whitaker Spinks & Koslovsky||4901 Lakewood Dr||Waco||Texas||76710||(254) 772-4160|
Accounting firms in Texas offer services that include:
Accelerated depreciation, bookkeeping, management decisions, accounting system, accounts payable, accounts receivable, balance sheet, sales revenue, cash flow, financial controls, taxes, accrual basis of accounting, accumulated depreciation, amortization, inventory, sales, borrowing money, capital expenditures, business activities, business plans, capital, GAAP, asset turnover ratio, liquidation, financial statements, audits, auditors, fraud discovery, forensic auditing techniques, back office, balance sheet, bad debts, current assets, fixed assets, income tax expense, intangible assets, inventory, net income, bank statements, benchmarks, book value, bookkeeping, income statement, planning, P&L, cash payments, net operating assets, net worth, operating expenses, overhead costs, QuickBooks training, estate and trust tax preparation and planning, retirement planning, portfolio asset management, college funding, insurance planning (life, disability, long-term care), estate planning, chart of accounts, checking, ownership shares, credit, credit ratings, debt and IRS rules.
Like all the states, businesses, entities and accounting firms must adhere to the state laws that are governed by the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State of Texas is responsible for the receipt, filing and permanent maintenance and retention of documents that create or affect business organizations and non-profit entities.
INCOME: The median income of households in Texas was $48,199. Eighty-four percent of the households received earnings and 14 percent received retirement income other than Social Security. Twenty-three percent of the households got Social Security. The average income from Social Security was $14,211. The sources of income are not limited; some households got money from multiple sources.
HOUSING COSTS: The median monthly housing costs for mortgaged owners was $1,379, nonmortgaged owners $430, and renters $761. Thirty-two percent of owners with mortgages, 15 percent of owners without mortgages, and 49 percent of renters in Texas spent 30 percent or more of household income on housing.