What Does a CPA in Texas Typically Make
Public accountants are usually Certified Public Accountants, and they may work for themselves. Their salaries can vary significantly if they have their own businesses. They may also work for public accounting firms. Their clients may be individuals, governments, corporations or nonprofit organizations. They advise on tax matters, help employers with employee benefits or compensation or perhaps audit financial statements. A CPA in Texas as of May 2010 earned an average annual salary almost $900 below the national average, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.