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As a CMA, do I have to write all 4-parts of the CPA in TX?

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I'm a CMA and also want to get the CPA designation. Or is there a waiver for some part of the CPA?

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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO, SBAConsulting.com) |

Your best answer would come from the TX State Board of Public Accountancy -http://www.tsbpa.state.tx.us

They are the arbiters of what is and isn't allowed.

Jason M. Jones LPA
Title: Deputy Treasurer - Staff Accountant
Company: Franklin County Treasurer
(Deputy Treasurer - Staff Accountant, Franklin County Treasurer) |

While what Wayne said is pretty much dead on, the answer will most likely be "No".

Look at it this way, I'm an LPA (Licensed Public Accountant), I have all the rights and privileges that a CPA has, heck I'm even listed at cpaverify.com, and I still have to write all four parts of the CPA exam (I already passed one part, but I still have to write the remaining three). Do I like that? No. Is it fair? No. But at the end of the day, it is what it is.

Samuel Sam
Title: Assistant Controller
Company: SamuelSam
(Assistant Controller, SamuelSam) |

thanks

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