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Welcome to the Texas Association of County Auditors official website

“In God we trust, all others we audit.”

County Government is, for many people, the primary and most accessible level of government. In true democratic fashion, officials are elected from among the populace to represent citizens, provide a variety of services, and act as a bridge to span the gap between local citizens and County Government. In the midst of these elected positions is one, apolitical, appointed official - the County Auditor. The County Auditor has a broad scope of duties and responsibilities. Among other jobs, the County Auditor is to serve as a check on the financial operations of other county offices, as well as fulfill financial accounting and budget responsibilities.

Upcoming Events
TACA Institute - April 28 - May 1, 2020 - Austin, TX - Click Here For Info

TACA Fall Conference - October 20-23, 2020 - El Paso, TX - Info Coming Soon

Interested in sponsorship opportunities for future conferences?  
Please contact Terri Sellars, Wood County Auditor, at (903) 763-2921 for more information.




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May 2016 County Auditor's Institute Presentation - "Against All Odds, Habits of Highly Successful County Auditors" Click Here for Video Link

2020 Dues Payments are due January 30, 2020 - Click Here for Information 


Do you know of a new County Auditor in need of a mentor?
If so, please contact - Matt Weingardt- Val Verde County Auditor, at (830) 774-7584.

TACA Website Updates 
Please contact Randy Donner, Ector County Auditor, at (432) 498-4099 to submit news, documents, or suggestions. 


 

 

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